Gianmarco Chieregato, “Romano”, lives between Rome and Milan
Graduated in architecture, he began his career as a photographer working in fashion, collaborating with the most prestigious Italian haute couture houses: Capucci, Valentino, Lancetti, with the latter he began a partnership that will continue for 14 years
Immediately known and appreciated also in Milan, he established lasting collaborations with important magazines such as Harper’s Bazaar, Madame Germany, Gioia, Ciak, L’Officel For seven years he signed advertising campaigns for the LA PERLA GROUP. For more than twenty years he has been dedicating himself to portraits, while continuing to collaborate with the world he is most passionate about, Fashion.
Steven Spielberg, George Clooney, Bill Murray, Dustin Hoffman, Valeria Golino, Rosario Fiorello, Vittorio and Alessandro Gassmann, Penelope Cruz, Guillermo Del Toro, Luca Zingaretti, Luciano Pavarotti, Massimiliano Fuksas, Alessandro Borghi, Pierfrancesco Favino, Pier Paolo Piccioli, Giorgio Armani, Alessio Boni, Alba Rohrwacher, Laura Pausini, Giorgia, Tiziano Ferro and many others are the characters photographed in recent years, all present on the site www.gmchieregato.com, or on Instagram: @gianmarcochieregato
He collaborates with brands and advertising agencies and among the most recent campaigns signed there are the Kimbo coffee with Serena Autieri and Swisse with Luisa Ranieri
In 2019 he is involved in the photo shoot for the Venice film festival for ELLE, realizing covers with Monica Bellucci, Paolo Sorrentino, Luca Marinelli, Lily Rose Deep and Alessandra Mastronardi for ElleDaily
Sensitive to solidarity, he lends his work to the community of Sant’Egidio with the photographic exhibition at Palazzo Venezia and the book FUORI DALL’OMBRA With the patronage of the Province of Milan, it organizes an exhibition and auction in the Oberdan space of the Dal Verme theater in favor of “Charly’s friends”, an association that deals with the problems of children with difficult childhoods
In 2019 his book FUORI DALLOMBRA comes out and the author’s proceeds go totally to LILT
There are numerous collaborations in “non-profit” projects, especially linked to the safeguarding of the most needy.