Maria Grazia Facciolà Black and White Photography “Street Lines” 2009
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Polignano a Mare, (Puglia) Italy, Maria Grazia Facciolà is a freelance lifestyle-portrait photographer & artist living, working, and playing in the New York metropolitan area, co-creating a life of constant inspiration. Her photography reflects her fascination with faces and moods as they shift in different environments and throughout time. In her travel photography, Maria Grazia aims to capture the likeness and the energy of the landscape and its subjects. It’s a delight for her to be able to translate the expression of culture, color, space and form. There is always an element of whimsical that transpires, paired with a skillful use of light to fit the mood and the environment.
Maria Grazia Facciolà
The moments in which Maria Grazia Facciolà experiences the most profound joy are when her photographs touches people. When, in addition to capturing their likeness, it captures their energy. When her subjects see their inner selves in her work, it is a defining moment of bliss for her. A glimpse into one’s inner beauty translated through photographs is like magic that can be touched. She believes that beauty, in its simplicity, is the quintessential expression of inspiration. A real self equals real beauty, and when this quest begins, inspiration occurs at the moment one catches the other. The same principle is applied to her travel photography. She loves to incorporate people as they add context, culture, movement into the real or imaginary story you decide to see in her images.
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Maria Grazia Facciolà (Italian)
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