About me

Pietro Milici, an experienced Italian photographer, currently living in the U.S., where he works as a versatile freelancer, engaging with several American and European entities. His educational journey is equally diverse, including a degree in marine biology from the University of Palermo (Italy) and a master’s in photography and design from the estemeed Elisava University in Barcelona (Spain).

Pietro’s photography journey commenced in 2007, and it didn’t take long for it to evolve into his passion and full-time profession after completing his master’s degree in 2013. Throughout his career, he has cultivated fruitful collaborations with numerous artists and fellow photographers, expanding his artistic horizons. A distinctive aspect of Pietro’s work is his adeptness in employing a plethora of techniques, skillfully navigating both digital and film mediums. This versatility allows him to create captivating visuals that reflect his keen eye for detail and artistic sensibility.

Let’s work together



“Along Palermo”, Let’s Review Archive, Catania

“Line”, 3 Shots Festival, Milan

“Silenzio”, Contesta Rock Hair, New York

“Along Palermo”, ACiunque, Palermo

“Along Palermo”, ACiunque, Palermo
“BUT”, Cip Festival, Chania, Greece

“Along Palermo”, Demanio Sud Est, Palermo
“Passenger”, Quarto Tempo, Palermo

“Passenger”, Photocopy Club, Poland

“Let Our People Grow”, H2O Art Gallery, Barcelona
“I ART”, e Ex Real Fonderia, Palermo
“Crezi Food Stories’ Portraits”, Gallery of Modern Art, Palermo
“Passenger”, Pati Llimona, Barcelona
FAB10 BCN, Ateneus de Fabricació Les Cortes, Barcelona

“Let Our People Grow”, “La María Gracia Club”, Barcelona

“Sostegno Umano”, Fundación Vila Casas Espai Volart, Barcelona
“Check Back“, Fundación Vila Casas Espai Volart, Barcelona
“Fragments”, street of Arles (FR).
“Let Our People Grow”, Mitte Gallery, Barcelona
“Let Our People Grow”, Las Arenas, Barcelona


“Let Our People Grow” on the magazine Dodho (most popular photographers of August)
“Let Our People Grow” series on publication 217 of Cañamo magazine

“Lives on Hold” was selected amongst the 15 finalists of the Cortona on the Move OFF Festival

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