Andrea Nuvoloni was born in Brescia on the 11/7/82 but he grew up and took his first pictures in Verona, where he still lives and works. After a first exploration of portraiture and a study of the landscape and its abstractions he approached travel and reportage photography.
From 2007 onward he kept moving and shooting between Asia, America and Europe.
In 2013 he exhibited at the Church of St. Peter Martyr in Piazza Sant'Anastasia in Verona, a solo exhibition "I'm Not There", curated by Livia Dubon. A study on the Asinara prison’s ruins, of the former Psychiatric Hospital of Granzette and on the abandoned sugar mill of San Bonifacio.
In 2016 he participated in two collective exhibitions, in Livorno and in Paris, within the ImageNation project.
In 2016 he participated in two collective exhibitions, Desenzano del Garda within the ImageNation project and in Paris within the Streets sans frontier project.