Francesco Chiot is an independent photographer and videomaker. During his ten year activity as a photographer he collaborated with visual artists, musicians and performers to explore the connections between identity, perception and expression...
Focus:Photographer, Photojournalist, Filmmaker, Director, Videographer, Reporter, Health, Travel, Sports, Video Editor, History, Photo Assistant, Documentary, Video, Photo Editor, Photography, Portraiture, Events, Social Media Editor, Digital Stratagist, Artist Management, Arts & Culture, Freelance, Digital Marketing, Cinematography, Talent Development, Founder, Consultant, Creative Professional, Manager, Audience Growth Expert
Covering:Europe,USA & Canada
Skills:Translator, Digital Printing, Sports, Infrared Photography, Audio Recording, Photo Assisting, Film Scanning, Adobe InDesign, Adobe Premier, Photo Editing, Black & White Printing, Color Printing, Print Making, Photojournalism, Retouching, Video Editing, Film Processing, Film Photography, Talent Development, Line Producer, Cinematographer
Action, Activism, Adolescence, Affluence, Black and White, Civil Rights, Community, Discrimination, Documentary, Editorial, Fine Art, Globalization, Human Rights, Immigration, Isolation, Joy, Lifestyle, Migration, Minority, NGO, Oppression, Parenting & Family, Photography, Politics, Portraiture, Poverty, Protests, Racism, Relationships, Religion, Senior Citizens, Street, Womens Rights, Workers Rights
A global patecipatory art project conceived by JR TED Prize artist, has involved nearly 200,000 people from more than 112 countries & territories. It revolves around the idea of conveying a statement through a portrait. The italian chapter named “L’Italia sono anch’io”, supporting the rights of Italians of foreign origin, ended up using 2000 portraits. In Trieste, the project became a city-wide install of large format portraits under the patronage of the municipality, coordinated operationally on voluntary basis by the Architect Elena Carlini and the artistic curator and photographer Elisa Biagi, together photographers Francesco Chiot, Escapista, backstage of Giuseppe Anello and help casting of Eleonora Cavallo.