Nicola Paccagnella was born near Venice (Italy) in 1976. Since 2012 he has discovered the ideal way to begin his research and personal expression path, through photography. His university degree in Urban and Environmental Planning led him to focus on the city, on the many components that form it, experience it and the essential elements that create its landscape and everyday life, where often human presence is evoked and alluded, more than actually shown.
He has participated in collective art exhibitions in Venice, Genoa, Perugia, Terni and Viterbo as well as collective photographic exhibitions in New York, Budapest, Krakow, Genoa and Trieste. He's a member of Frequenze Visive, a local association that explores and promotes Photographic Culture. Some of his European street-photography photos have been included in a series of exhibitions and catalogs curated by Frequenze Visive.