Simone Francescangeli was born and lives in Italy. He is a self-taught photographer.
Curious about the life of men and its meaning.
Attracted from different cultures and people's ways of life and their relationship with the earth and natural resources. He continues to investigate various ways to find the meaning of the word "life" and human-being.
Simone continuously seeks to evolve his own way of expressing himself, deepening, developing and characterizing a personal way of telling human stories.
He dedicates himself to encounters single lives in which man faces himself, his soul and his dignity to overcome physical and social difficulties, to be able to survive.
His narrative is developed with texts, photographs and multi-media products / short films. The main stories were portrayed on the roads of Ethiopia, on board of artisanal fishermen's boats in Pacific Ocean, in Bolivian mines, over Cuban rings and many more.
Simone have been published in international magazines like the Washington Post (Bolivian miners), in different information circuits such as Npr US, Witness Journal, GUP Spain, PDN USA and in different magazines in Italy, Chile, Argentina, Spain and Croatia. He has received official recognition in international photo awards in Russia, Japan, United States and in National Photo Festivals like in Reggio Emilia (European Festival of Photography), Matera (Photoreport / Age of Pomarico), Tolentino (AnotherViewPhoto) and Ancona (Ancona Foto Festival).
In the educational field he has occasionally collaborated with public schools and held lessons in local photographic club.