Attilio Fiumarella is a photographer interested in social landscapes. His work focus on identity, social justice, migration and environment. Attilio was born in Italy and moved to Portugal in 2003 to complete his degree in architecture. He worked...
Focus:Photographer, Photojournalist, Street Art, Health, Travel, Still Life, Fine Art, Environment, Architecture, Luxury, Technology, Science, History, Photo Assistant, Documentary, Multimedia, Style, Creative, Photography, Portraiture, Lifestyle, Events, Conceptual, Art, Culture, Lighting Tech, Arts & Culture, Freelance, Civil Rights and Social Inequality, Life, Impact, Assignments, Commercial
Skills:Translator, Digital Printing, Food Styling, Lighting Tech, Audio Recording, Photo Assisting, Film Scanning, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe InDesign, Book Layout/Design, Photo Editing, Black & White Printing, Color Printing, Mixed Media, Exhibition Design, Photojournalism, Retouching, Film Photography
Recycling is to the saving the environment what cello tape is to a sinking boat. Only 10% of the plastic waste is collected for recycling in North America and too often the waste sent to recycling is contaminated or not processable. This means that a very small portion of the plastic will be reused and most of it will end up in landfills. In this ongoing series, I used disposed items collected from the garbage to create an imaginary world made entirely of plastic. The images of this artificial world cover the landscape images almost completely. This series is meant to spark reflections on what earth might look like if no action is taken.