Giuseppe Falanga (Bronte, 1993) approached photography by chance during the closing years of an adolescence spent in the surrounding areas of Etna.
After the initial self-taught approach to photography, thanks to his friend Daniele who initially lent his equipment, he experimented and devoted himself to the most diverse styles. He is not, in fact, bound to one and only one style but ranges from street-photography to portraits or landscapes.
This allows him to express his vision of things as if he were telling his story in a diary with a camera instead of a pen.
Giuseppe's (Peppe for friends) research focuses on the nature of man's perception with the simplest and most everyday events.