Filippo Poli is a professional photographer graduated in architecture at Milan Polytechnic and with a master degree in urban culture “Metropolis” at the UPC Barcelona. From 2005 to 2009 he has been involved as curator in the exhibition “Post it City, occasional urbanities“ presented at CCCB and other international venues. Since 2008 his interest focused on architectural and landscape photography. He collaborates with several architecture offices and publishes regularly in the main international architecture magazines. He took part in editorial projects of Taschen, Phaidon and Actar and his work has been showed in Corriere della Sera, La Vanguardia and El Pais. He is carrying out a personal research on the mutation of anthropized landscape and a series of photos of this body of work has been published in a monographic issue of Al-Consulta, the magazine of Lombardy Institute of Architects. In 2016 he got a mention at Lensculture awards, in 2015 he was invited to take part to the exhibition “Architettura Sintattica” on milanese modern architecture at Expo Architecture Pavilion. In the same year he extensively documented the Expo in Milan working on assignments for architects, institutions and magazines In 2014 he got the third prize in the PX3 photography awards with a work on the social housing Walden 7 by R.Bofill. He got mentions at the IPA prize, Photography Master Cup, Basho Award, and in 2012 he won the ArchTriumph International Architectural Photography Award. He has participated to collective exhibitions in Italy and U.S.A and in 2014 he was invited by C. Zucchi, curator of the Italian Pavilion, to presented a personal work on Asnago Vender architectures in Milan at the Venice Biennale.