Pasquale Ferraro (born San Giorgio a Cremano, Naples, 1977) has already lived several lives. Following De Filippo’s mantra “exams never end” he pushed himself into anything he could, working, travelling, experiencing the world, getting to know people and exploring life itself. He started moving when he was sixteen and never stopped since then.
He is a self-taught photographer, but he prefers defining himself an observer. Pasquale’s eye focuses on details, analyzes the opposite planes of reality and lingers on urban aspects, both architectural and human, trying to go beyond appearances. People belong to the world and the world belong to people: through his depicting technique he is eager to discover and show the invisible but enduring link that runs between places and human beings.