Alessandro Catuogno

Jun 27, 2011 No Comments by Sea Stories

Born into a sea-faring family, the sea is always close to Alessandro Catuogno’s heart.  He’s tried to capture all of her aspects, the calm and the rough, as a medium for sport, or simply as scenic background. Even though they’ve drifted apart over the years, the sea remains the fondest memory of his youth spent in Marina Piccola. As it often happens, one’s passion becomes one’s work. All began in the early 70’s with a spark of enthusiasm and a camera lent by a friend. Since that day, Alessandro has spent many hours in a dark room developing his first monochrome films, watching the magic of the pictures appearing on the paper, still immersed in the developing trays.

Much time has passed since then, but his passion for photography has remained strong, actually increased thanks to the development in modern technology which has given birth to a new world he is discovering day by day.  Alessandro’s main activity now, is the fine art printing process, with carbon piezography inks on rag papers, and a matt cutting system, for all his international clients, and for his small gallery in Capri.

Visit Alessandro Catuogno’s websites:

Coastal Zone, Estival 2011

About the Editors

Casey R. Schulke grew up along the Kuskokwim River in a rural Athabascan village in Alaska fishing for king salmon and mushing her sled dog team. She now resides on the shores of Resurrection Bay in Seward, Alaska. Casey's a poet, a naturalist, a dog-lover, has two birds, and is married to a wonderful man.
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