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showcase magazine May 2020 united kingdom issue 797More Photos
Title: Ground and Pound Video Gallery
Daniele Colucciello Advertising Photographers and D.O.P.s
"I am an Italian freelance photographer, born in Tuscany, the land of red wine. Currently I work as a photographer and DoP, based in Paris and London.
After my studies, left for Norway for different experiences. Photography has been always my passion and thanks to the people that I knew there, my interests and enthusiasm just continued to grow to led me to become a self-taught photographer. I really studied from scratch on my own.
My work is focused mostly on sports, lifestyle and portraits.
I'm always keen to work with people, especially athletes, who have a clear mindset, such as strength, humility, positivity and dedication."
Daniele is represented by Take (Italy) and Maison Musitowski (Germany).
spotlight magazine Mar 2020 portraiture & celebrity photography
Daniele Colucciello is a Italian photographer and DoP based between London and Paris. He has been living in a few countries, such as Italy, Norway, United Kingdom and France.
His background is in the fashion industry, but he realised that his real calling is to create content through photography. He is always seeking stories to tell through images.
Lately Daniele has been booked to photograph the ADV for Transavia, in the south of France. His internationality does not create limits when he has to deliver the picture to clients.
One of his latest projects is with the dancer Wing, where he created a mix of emotional moments with sport/dancing graphic pictures for Bose.
spotlight magazine Nov 2019 awards winners 2019
"Il Sabbione Siena - a Rugby pitch well known as having the worst ground conditions in the whole of Europe. A rugby tournament for under 12s was taking place that day. It was raining heavily. Participating kids were having fun in the mud by scrambling and tackling each other. There was genuine energy there. Nobody cared about the rain or mud. They were purely enjoying the fight on the pitch.
I got carried away with the game and released the shutter. Suddenly a 10-year-old boy caught my attention. His ocean-blue eyes were standing out in the mud. The transparency and pureness in there were endless. Right after the game, I called him aside and asked if it was ok for me to snap a picture. He was a little bit embarrassed, but gently smiled and accepted my offer. This photo delivers the mixture of this 10-year-old boy's shyness and a certain strength as a real warrior."