The road that brought Graziano to photography was a twisted one; he prefers social reportage, street and artistic photography. After his studies in Communications and Arts, he broadened his knowledge on reportage at the Permanent School of Photography Graffiti in Rome. In 2008, he was awarded the first prize at Pilsner Urquell International Photography Awards (section Editorial-Others, n.p), as well as the Gold Award reportage at the festival Orvieto fotografia which also named him the Photographer of the Year. He is a testimonial for digital photo cameras of Ricoh, a Japanese company, and holds seminars and workshops throughout Italy. His photos have been published in dailies, periodicals, books and CD covers.