It was in him, before he knew it. Son of L’Uomo Vogue editor Franca Sozzani, Francesco Carrozzini was born into the glamorous media world in 1982. Some who are born into this lifestyle, just sit and doing nothing except be photographed. Francesco decided to be behind the lens instead of in front of them.
He studied film at UCLA and Philosophy at University of Milan, an educational background that has helped his vision and shows us his distinctive, organic style. With fashion spreads and covers for L’Uomo Vogue, and Vanity Fair ; Forest Whitaker, Robert DeNiro sitting down as his subjects plus a series of short films for the New York Times Magazine and a documentary Wierszalin under his belt , this man is showing us what of artistic take over looks like.