In Focus with Guido Taroni
Guido has an unstoppable glance. A keen eye that captures the infinite nuances of a second, then chooses among them and breathes new life into them.
For Guido, photography is not only a profession, it is the natural evolution of a family tradition that has always cultivated creative and aesthetic sensibilities.
His father, an eclectic collector, and his mother, passionate about music, film and theater, exposed Guido to the world of creativity during his early childhood.
< And success didn’t take long to arrive: he shot his first cover when he was only 17 years old. From there the road of excellent collaborations and exhibitions stretched wide to a vast panorama. Because, with art, you have to know how to play, especially if it is work.
Such as during a normal day of preparations, experienced between long walks looking for an interesting point of view and moments of reflection in the shade of a cherry tree. "If there is no fun, it’s not a passion."
That statement that reflects his style that is both impeccable and relaxed. Because life should be experienced as art: with pleasure.
Photo by Lyle Roblin