Photographer & videographer
Born in 1982 in Ferrara, Niccolò grows up in Milan where he studies Economics and Management. In 2004 he moves to the United States, in Boston first, to achieve a Masters in Marketing and Communications, then in New York, working for Campari. Niccolò moves back to Italy in 2008 where he works for the advertisement industry, at first at Ogilvy and Mother, and since 2012 as a freelance photographer. His lifelong great passion for mountain, alpinism, ski, and for adventure in general, drives his photography more and more towards story-telling. Niccolò's focus on the relationship between men and wilderness leads him to travel around the world, making photo and video reportages for expeditions and explorations, following professional athletes such as Michele Cucchi (K2), Jeffrey Glassbrenner (para-athlete of the US Olympic team), Vibram ultra trail running team, Sondre Amdahl (Garmin, Gore and Altra) and Tommy Chen (North Face Korea).
To be mentioned among the reportages in high mountains environments: Le Dent du Geant (4014 m) on the Mont Blanc range; Signal Crest (4454 m), Liskamm Crest (4480 m), Castore peak and Dufour Peak (4634 m), on the Monte Rosa range; Piz Palu (3901 m) and Kuffner Crest in Switzerland.
Expeditions: Kilimanjaro (5895 m), Aconcagua (6962 m), Mt Aspiring in New Zealand (3033 m).
Photo-reportage for no profit organization: eastern region of Nepal (Rapsa and Kandbari), nord-east of Brasil (Amazonas, Parà, Amapà, Maranhao, Cearà, Paraiba, Pernambuco, Rio Grande do Norte, Bahia).
Ultra-trails: Norseman 2014 (Norway); Jungle Ultra Trail 2017 (Perù); Ultra Trail de Mont Blanc 2017 (France-Italy-Switzerland).