Daniele Cinciripini is a photographer and also the photoeditor of Primapersona, since 2012 he is professor of Photographic Laboratory at the University of Teramo.  He is passionate to B&W stamp; photography and ancient printing techniques like Platinotipia, he is also a member of Rodolfo Namias Group of Parma. In 2012 attend the course “Method The Self-Portrait Experience® meets Psychoanalysis” by Cristina Nuñez and Serena Calo, at the Fromm Institute of Bologna. Among the numerous awards and publications there are: Flavio Faganello Prize at Rovereto Images 2008, Fotoleggendo Roma 2011 and 2° Portfolio Strega Sassoferrato 2011. In 2013 his work Ten minutes has been selected for Format13 International Photography Festival in Derby, UK. Louis Clemens chosen Daniele and other 6 authors from Derby festival, and she reviewed Ten Minutes on a Spanish magazine of photography, Ojo de pez (2013). First prize Bibbiena Fotoconfronti 2014, with the series The New TownS. Daniele leads Connessioni Urbane 2014 (Urban Connections) a photographic survey about transformations of the city of San Benedetto del Tronto; this photographic survey is a part of multidisciplinary events, in collaboration with ROOM012 and the support of San Benedetto del Tronto. Daniele self-publishes his photographic books, he realized the followings project books: Simili ai fiori che bucano la neve, Like flowers that punch snow, this book was selected by 3/3 for LittleBigPress2 – Fotoleggendo 2011. Vorrei tra le mie mani il tuo viso che è terra (come la terra) , I wish my hands on your face that is ground (such as ground) is a limited edition volume: 10 copies and one artist proof, it is composed by 12 photographs printed on platinum paper Buxton platinotype 200 gr Handmade Paper from Ruscombe Mill 100% cotton; publishing project: 3/3, Box and recordings of texts: The Burin. Made in May 2012. Green Life, self-released book 50 copies numbered and signed by Steve Bisson texts, published for the exhibition at Gallery Gallerati, in January 2014.