Born in Naples in 1984, Guido Lettieri is an Italian self-taught photographer. He mainly deals with long-term personal research projects that he combines with a constant activity of commercial commissions aimed at telling the corporate identity of companies and organizations.
In 2006 he earns a degree in Public Relations and advertising at IULM in Feltre. At the same time he studies photography. In 2010 he takes another degree in Media production at Ca’Foscari university in Venice.
Since 2015 starts the long term project “Ancient Cilento”. The story about traditions, people, atmosphere of Cilento an ancient part of Italy near Salerno.
Later he wins the first prize in telling the story about the reborn of Longarone after the Vajont for the 50° anniversary of the disaster. In the same year he wins the first prize for the creative photography in Alzo Zero contest.
In 2020 he won the Refocus call launched by the Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Activities and Tourism in collaboration with the Mufoco Museum of Contemporary Photography and the Milan Triennale. The work will be exhibited in 2021 at the Milan Triennale.
Some clients: A&O Hotels, Panotec, Monteverdi, H-Farm, New Procond Elettronica, Iveco, Colle Spa, Regione Veneto, Procaffè, Fedon, Sims, Panotec, Acil, Supermercati Kanguro, Innerwheel, Fondazione Teatri delle Dolomiti, Comune di Belluno.