Polariod style photo of Paolo Inzone

My name is Paolo Inzone and I would say I’m as Italian-American it gets. I was born and raised in the United States (for the most part), but spent most of my summers as a kid in Italy, specifically the island of Sicily, which is where my family is from. In the summer of ’03, my family decided to permanently move back to their hometown in Sicily, a small town just outside the city of Palermo, and that same year I moved to Rome in order to continue my studies. I can openly say that moving to Rome was the greatest thing that ever happened to me. Surrounded by baroque architecture and famous works of art I had merely read about in textbooks, I immediately fell in love with Rome. This was also the period in which I acquired a great new passion in life, a passion for photography. I would spend hours at a time exploring my new surroundings taking hundreds of photos of this beautiful mix of ancient and modern that makes Rome unique. I began meeting people from every corner of the globe and throughout the years traveled throughout the rest of Italy and various other European countries.

Besides Rome and Sicily I have had the great fortune and pleasure to live in other beautiful and inspiring places, the likes of Florence, London, San Diego and now Barcelona.

Creativity has always been an important aspect of my life. As far back as I can remember, I have always had a passion for art and design. Looking back at my old school notebooks, the pages filled with intricate sketches and colorful drawings, at times taking up more space than the actual notes and assignments. This passion for art and design eventually evolved from sketching with pencil and drawing on computers (graphic design). I discovered and was amazed by the infinite creativity that graphic design offered me, and I couldn’t get enough of it.

Over the years, this passion for graphic design sprouted into a passion for web design, which gave me the possibility to display my rapidly evolving graphic design skills to a larger audience. So I began creating websites for myself, then for friends, and eventually for clients around the world.

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