(Gemona del Friuli 1920 – Milan 1997)
Born in Friuli at Gemona he grew up in Venice and got a degree in Padua. He was a top manager for an industry belonging to a multinational in Argentina, in Switzerland, and later in Italy. Fascinated by the nature surrounding him, he soon became interested in photography, an activity he followed passionately. His first Leica IIIF was followed by other Leicas and Hasselblads, bought mainly as a collector but then used for convenience. His pictures were displayed at various solo exhibitions in Milan, Trieste, Bergamo, or collected in volumes, including Filiberto Pittini (1987), published by Electa. His photos are always in black and white and his constant investigations are on the essentiality suggested by the line, shadows, and symmetry that transcends mere description.