Laura Predolini was born April 18th, 1967 in Brescia where she lives and works.
In the nineties Laura discovered her passion for photography during her travels in Asia. In 2006 during the Olimpic Games of Turin she had the opportunity to broaden her photographic technique. She started a collaboration with hair stylist Franco Curletto which brought her to the Milan and Paris woman fashion shows. Laura took part in several personal and collective Italian exhibitions. Her style is inspired by the concept of real life “stolen” pictures taken without looking inside the view-finder. Her shots are aimed at catching a precise single moment in its authenticity. She likes to take her pictures in an urban-metropolitan environment. In fact, she loves to spend her spare time at the railway stations or in the streets trying to catch the human landscape. She photographed the last two editions of the Paralympics and shown her work in a lot of exhibitions. In the 2010 she made a first photographic book “Face the Fight” with Emanuele Broli on Vancouver's winter Paralympic Games. In 2013 she published with Emanuele Broli and Marco Ciccolella the second photographic book “Rise again” a reportage on London's Paralympic Games.