Maurizio Iazeolla was born in 1955 in San Giorgio la Molara; he’s a Neurologist and lives in Benevento (Italy). Travel enthusiast, he started as teenager taking pictures with film cameras and developing and printing his own photos in the darkroom. The favorite themes are landscapes, especially at sunrise and sunset, and the water is the element that is present in almost all such images. The black & white pictures and snapshots of faces and situations captured in the course of his travels in camper represent a characterizazion of his production iconography. Among the Artists who have contributed to his formation: Giovanni De Noia, Mario Ferrante, Luigi Mastromarino, Angelo Orsillo. He’s a member of the “Associazione Medici Fotografi Italiani (AMFI)”. He’s a member of the Academy of Photography “Julia Margaret Cameron” in Benevento. In 2015 he partecipated as a AMFI member at the Exhibition “Nourishing the Optical Soul” (February 28 – March 21, 2015) at “Linea Spazio Arte Contemporanea” Gallery in Florence and at Biennale Internazionale d’Arte Contemporanea “Art and the Polis” (October 17 – 25, 2015) at Fortezza Da Basso in Florence, both in the X Florence Biennale. Third place in Section “Critics Award” in the 33rd Competition Ad-Art (01/20/2016) with photo titled “Personaggi di Lubjana”. He participated in the Second International Art Fair Tokyo (Omotesando Hills, May 13 to 14, 2016). He participated in the exhibition “Rio Art” – Art Olympics was held in Ipanema, Rio de Janeiro August 4 to 21, 2016, at the invitation of “Spoleto Art”.