Fabrizio was born in Naples (Italy) in 1970. After graduating from Engineering university, he moved to the UK where he currently lives. Self-taught, but also greatly inspired by a professional photographer uncle, Fabrizio has always been passionate about visual arts and photography in particular. Along his creative path Fabrizio develops a deep interest for life in urban spaces, trying to identify the elemental trajectories and the harmonic unbalances within the natural, graceful and perpetual dance between the city and its inhabitants. These are the reasons why for the past five years Fabrizio has devoted himself to genre commonly referred to as “street photography”, a passion that came to bloom during his frequent stays in Japan. Fabrizio’s photographs and writings have been featured on numerous photography magazines in UK, Italy, Japan and China as well as on prestigious online blogs. His projects “Shine on, Japan” (a tribute to Japan after the tragic events of March 2011) and “160yen” (A day on Tokyo Yamanote Line) have been exhibited in various solo and group shows in UK and Italy.