Raffaele Ingegno
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I was born in 1978 and I am part of the last generation that was formed professionally without using information technology, at least not in its massive presence like as today.
I graduated as a surveyor and then I undertook studies of scenography , photography and design, putting in practice the skills acquired during the study.
The first interesting work experiences came at the beginning of our century, organizing and taking care of presentation events of young designers scenically and photographically.
Over the years I specialized as post producer and 3D graphics, using animation software, sometimes combined with photography. In 2006 I became part of a creative team in Milan (Branco) which realizes various services for companies, using my skills in different roles: Photography, graphic design, scenic design and construction management . Since then, I realized a lot of work for several advertising agencies and brands for different market sector such as: Sony, Sony -Ericsson , Candy , BTicino, Pershing , Nastro Azzurro Becks, Faram, Ford, Firme di Vetro, Berlucchi, Esselte, Kappa, Robe di Kappa, Superga, K- way to name only the most famous, managing the processes from the concept to the deliver of the work . I collaborated on several audio-visual productions that have received many awards in Italy and in the world in the field of video art. I currently work as a freelance and I have a series of collaborations with my professional figure (which is more extensive of being only a photographer) both in terms of technical expertise and in management. I realize also training courses that I manage personally, having had, since 2003, teaching experience in photography and graphics, in a private institute. My works have been published in several magazines and, in some of them, I have written technical articles.
I attend almost every year refresher workshops organized by very high level artists.
I am curious and I like to invent and to let me impress. I consider myself a pragmatic creative that is something that allows me to accomplish with practical and inventive work that I get commissioned to bring to the full satisfaction the customer. I've never been a proponent of one camera's producer in particular, but I use products without distinction of any manufacturer, because I think it's the photographer that makes the picture and not the camera itself. The experience, that marked me up to be the professional today with the photograph is when I was a child, using a Bencini Comet device that I still have today considering itnot as a relic but as a good luck charm.