Author of most of the images that in recent years have portrayed the places and animals of the internationally renowned State Nature Reserve and Marine Protected Area, Torre Guaceto, Giuseppe Lanotte is a nature and landscape photographer in continuous evolution.His shots are narrative, aiming to tell the story of natural beauty and convey a message that goes far beyond the elevation of environmental jewels to natural monuments. Through his photography he wants to be the bearer of the values linked to the protection of places and the authentic knowledge of the territories.This mission has led him not only to be chosen as a "portraitist" of the protected area of Brindisi, but also to join the team of official photographers of the "Climate Change" campaign of Greenpeace Italy.And yet, although nature photography plays a leading role in his work, his constant research drives him to investigate the most diverse faces of this art.Taking his first steps into the world of images imprinted on negatives first and digitally, then as a self-taught photographer, he has shaped his identity as a photographer in circles of territorial and community promotion, moving from Brindisi, his city, to Rome, where he lived most of his life as an author of images, and moving to those corners of Europe often little known to most people. His is not an academic approach, but the daughter of real life, the needs of the territories and the dreams of their people. He draws heavily on the visible and returns visions.
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