Enrico Di Giamberardino was born in Rome on 12th june 1984. In 2004 he left the faculty of Architecture and in 2007 he got the degree in Photography and Visual Arts in Rome. From 2005 to 2010 he attends several workshops organized by Obiettivo Granieri and Lorenzo Castore (2005; REPORTAGE), Michael Ackerman (2007; PORTRAIT and DARK ROOM PRINT TECHNIQUES), Lina Pallotta (2010; REPORTAGE AND PORTFOLIO). During the same period, he collaborates with Anna Galante, as her main assistant, and he specializes in industrial and advertising photography for luxury goods, hotels and food.
In 2008 he is the set photographer on the film “LAVOROLIQUIDO” by Michele Cinque (Opera Imaie Prize 2009). One year later, charged by Municipality XI (ex XV) of Rome, he dedicates to the architectural giant Corviale and its “corvialini” inhabitants, a reportage, displayed within the collective exhibition “Between utopia and reality… Corviale” and published on the catalogue.
In 2010 he wins important national contests, announced by the Italian Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Activities (“Take a picture to the culture”), Comuni Italiani (“Castles and Fortifications”) and Campi Magnetici (“Magritte and the Surrealism”).

From 2011 to 2013 he works for a cultural services company and updates on digital imaging, advertising and 3D modelling, attending Creative Pro Show, workshops and master classes with Carlos Lanenga, Lyubomir Sergeev and Uil Staiger.
From September 2013, based in Rome, he works as freelance photographer, photo editor and digital photo consultant, offering different professional services. His photographs have been published, among other things, by ANSA, Artribune, Campi Magnetici, Comuni Italiani, Exibart, Italian Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Activities.

Biographical notes by Valeria Di Biase, Contemporary art historian