Marco Menghi (1986) studied Photography in 2008 at the School of Photography and Graphic Arts CFP Bauer in Milan. He graduates in Architecture Sciences at Politecnico di Milano in 2011.
In 2007, during university studies, he begins working as an archivist for the Ugo Mulas Archive in Milan, and at the same time as a photographer assistant in various fields: fashion, still-life, interior. He actually studies with particular attention the various methods and techniques of traditional and digital printing. He is also exploring contemporary visualization methods such as those connected with professional drones.
Today he lives and works as a free-lance photographer in Milan, where he is particularly interested in architectural photography, and the analysis of the territory and its changes.
He cultivates collaborations and projects with various organizations and magazines including: Domus, Elledecor, Drawing, Living, and Institutions such as the Sandretto Rerebaudengo Foundation in Turin and the Department of Photography of the Politecnico di Milano.
He teaches Photography of Still-Life and Analogue Printing in White and Black at the Institute of Acme Arts in Novara and at the Artistic Lyceum of The Orsoline of Milan.