Carlo Travaglini Allocatelli, Rome 1963. My interest in photography dates back since I attended a course for young photographers at the Maine Photographic Workshops (USA) in the early 80s. Since then and until a few years ago, I have been mainly interested in black and white photography, working with both 35mm and medium format cameras. I used to develop and print by myself my photographs. Some of my photographs appeared in the online art magazine Diwali (2014) and in the collective exhibition at the Coronari111 Art Gallery (Rome, 2017). Two projects were submitted to LensCulture Competitions: Unveiling the Secret Life of Buildings (Magnum Photography Awards, 2016) and Imprisoning Ourselves (Street Photography Awards, 2017). The first one was a b&w project about urban buildings that received a positive feedback by the jury. The second one was a project based on images of suburbs around the world, recorded on the screen from Google Street View technology.