Davide Vezzola was born in 1976 and grew up in Milan where he studied medicine, and now resides in Toscolano Maderno, on Lake Garda. As a child, Davide was inspired by his father's black and white slides, and devoted himself to amateur photography, first buying analogue disposable cameras with which he enjoyed himself.
During his studies in medicine in Milan he abandoned photography due to lack of time, to return passionately to reuse the digital camera after graduating in 2007, enrolling in the Vallesabbia photoclub on Lake Garda.
Davide held his first art exhibition in November 2014 at the Porpora Art Gallery in Milan, and his presentation was well received by his circle of supporters.
Davide is an admirer of Mother Nature and loves spending time outdoors. He loves solitude, admiring a sunrise or a sunset and transforming the energy you experience into a masterpiece. Currently Davide has returned to reusing the black and white 400 ASA film, very fascinating for him.