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was born in 1973, he was attracted at a very early age to the world of photographic art. From the late 90s he was driven by his passion to take pictures, especially with the use of infrared technology. After perfecting this particular technique over the years, in 2010 he started his artistic career with his first exhibition. His personal show, “SGUARDO MIGRANTE” was held in 2011 in Conegliano (TV) and later at the Masone (Genoa) International Festival of Photography in 2012. The artist’s photographic experience continued with color experiments. He exhibited “THE ILLUSIONIST” at the 2012 Rome Photo show and at the “Master of Magic” at Saint Vincent (World Congress of Magicians). In June 2012 he founded the photographic communications agency “UGLY DUCKLING”, which specializes in fashion photography. Together the eye and the lens increasingly concentrate on the female body, which is mainly shot outside of the photographer’s studio. His images have been used for advertisments and catalogues for many Companies, for example Roberta Scarpa, Scervino Street, Matinee, Maison Rode, Bubola & Naibo, Andrea da Ponte, Reip Rope, X-Ide, Confindustria Venezia, Rocco Ragni Cachemire, and so on. In April of 2013 during the Milan Furniture Fair in exclusivity for Bubola & Naibo he presented the photographic collection “Glossy Art”, together with other famous photographers, which gave him international fame and appreciation. At the end of October he was invited to exhibit “SUPERNATURAL” as a side event at the Pavilion of the People's Republic of Bangladesh, in conjunction with the 55th International Exhibition “La Biennale di Venezia”. At this occasion he presented 9 images in a large format (100x150 cm), printed on Fine Art paper, that highlights woman's dualism. On May 2016 was invited to the "Festival Européen de la Photo de Nu", prestigious international photographic festival, in which he presented "The body as an enigma". Many of his photos have been published on Amica, Elle, Glamour. “The main force for creating good photographs is never to stop shooting. Read always. Read, watch, study, observe. Never be completely satisfied with the image you just created, always look at them with a critical eye. Dedicate attention to the relationship with the subject of the photo, with the staff, and with the customer. This is me, in photography, in life, this is the spirit that guides me every day Marco Milillo”



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