"Through the viewfinder I aim to capture fleeting, heartfelt
moments that tell compelling human stories."
Stefano Azario (b. Paris, 1966) is a photographer and director best known for his work with children. “My work has little to do with kids, I just love the unpremeditated ease of childhood”. Stefano uses the camera to make sense of the world around him and his images bring visual order to the chaos that surrounds him. His dexterity with the medium allows him to be comfortable working solo as well as directing a large crew on a film set. His emphasis is on making heartfelt images that tell compelling human stories. Recent areas of working interest have been the people and landscape of Lunigiana and family.
"I seek to make order of the world around me, to share an intuitive perspective, in the hope that my images can evoke emotions and memories, connecting viewer and subject."
"I'm drawn to projects that explore themes of childhood and relationships, understanding how deeply we are shaped by these formative years."
2022 Villa La Cartiera "Oscillazioni 2022" Group Show
2021 SCORE, SFVacc “Models in Motion” Juried group show.
2007 Pitti Bimbo, Florence “La Famiglia” Solo Show
2004 Daikanyama Gallery, Tokyo "Baby Voices" Solo show
2000 Museum of Childhood, London “1000x2000: Photographing the future” Solo show
1990 [i’xi:z] London. “Bodyscapes” Solo show
1988 ICA, London. “Young Contemporaries” Juried group show
2021 Documentary Family Awards, Judges’ choice
2010 Communication Arts Award Winner Fashion Editorial
Selected client list:
Aprica, Armani, Benetton, Burberry, Carters, Chicco, Conde Nast, DKNY, Dolce e Gabbana, Esprit, Famous Footwear, FCUK, Gap, Huggies, Il Gufo, J Crew, Joe Fresh, Johnson, Martha Stewart, Microsoft, Missoni, Moschino, Nike, Osh Kosh, OVS, Pampers, Ralph Lauren, Replay, Sesame Street, Sisley, Target, The Children's Place, Traveller, UNICEF, Uniqlo, Upim, Vanity Fair, Vogue, Walmart, IKEA.