He has been interested in photography from a very early age and has this to say of his growth and career:
"At the very basic level, the idea of instantly capturing a moment in time, and being able to keep this moment in the format of a photograph, as a memory of the time, the place and the subject, has always fascinated me.
I started to take my photography seriously in 2008. Until then, I was very much a ‘point and clicker,’ where I would take snaps on holidays and other events, using instant film cameras, and then later, compact digital cameras. I decided that I wanted to learn more about photography, and so I invested in my first DSLR camera, and enrolled in a photography course.
A year later, I set myself the challenge of working towards the Licentiateship
distinction from The Royal Photographic Society, and was awarded the LRPS
distinction in 2010.
My work covers a number of genres, and I am always exploring new ideas and
techniques. I really enjoy making ordinary subjects look interesting and
I have taken part in Art on the Street at the last two events, which I thoroughly
enjoyed. This is the first time I have exhibited at the Rendezvous and I'm
really looking forward to it. I get a real buzz from people viewing and
appreciating my work.
I like connecting with anyone who has an interest in photography and would
encourage people to subscribe to my Facebook page, where they can follow some of my ongoing photography projects and see some of my latest work."
To contact Fabio and see more of his work visit him on Facebook or via his website.