Fabrizio Giraldi (b. 1976) is a photographer based in North East Italy. In 2002 he joined the Grazia Neri Photo Agency, in 2010 he joined LUZ and since 2017 he is independent photographer. He is an artist and a visual journalist. His work is published in leading Italian and international magazines as AMICA, D, El Pais, L’Espresso, GQ, IL, Internazionale, IO donna, National Geographic, Smithsonian Journeys, SportWeek, Style, Vanity Fair and Wired. He conceives his projects together with Manuela Schirra (b. 1981), a PhD Architect, who bases her research on the threshold of public and private space according to local traditions and living patterns in order to study operative dynamics for a custom urban regeneration. In 2016 she win the prize Young Italian Critic awarded by AIAC Italian Association of Architecture and Criticism at the Venice Biennale.