Gianmaria De Luca is a photographer born in Rome, who has worked with and studied under influential Italian photographers and artists.
Having experimented with photography from an early age, his fervour earned him professional work and later an internship at the Buggionovi’s renowned Fotogramma 24 print studio. It was here he crossed paths with the acclaimed photographer Claudio Abate, assisting him on cultural projects for the British, American and French Academies in Rome. The experience would inspire him to work with artists such as Pietro Ruffo in the coming years.
Engaging in photographic projects, Gianmaria progressed his imagery and soon arrived at the ISFCI (Institute of Photography and Integrated Communication) after taking part in a photographic competition. He began to work and study there, avidly following the classes of Claudio Palmisano and the workshops of Francesco Zizola on Ethics in Photojournalism, and eventually started to work together with his masters on several projects.
His artistic projects to date have included notable works and collaborations with well known artists, experimental installations and more recently reportage photography. His work has been exhibited globally throughout Italy, Northern Ireland, Germany, Switzerland and Australia.