Massimiliano Verdino was born in Rome. Graduated in photography at IED, publicist from 1995 and in Visual Anthropology.
He is an author of photo-reportage about travel and social inquire, published on important italian and international magazines.
He is teaching photography and anthropology in Fine Art Academy of Macerata and Isia Pescara.
He ha published several book, on all of them Inside Rugby, was presented at the prestigious Book Fair of Frankfurt. This becomes an exhibition project, Scrums and Battles, has been exhibited in Palazzo Ducale Museum of Genova, Italia.
Massimiliano is also author of the visual anthropology essay Gold Dust – Nvutuke Ezukoa, where African football is investigated as a Concept of Culture and exhibited at Culture Museum of Lugano, Switzerland.
Last visual anthropology project is Human Being Woman, on women’s emancipation in Kenya through running, has been exposed in Palazzo Mocenigo, Venezia, in Santa Giulia Museum, Brescia and in the space of Pescara Abruzzo Foundation with also produces a catalogue. He has traveled to all 5 continents.
Verdino is also author of contents of the column Wine Anthropology on the Wine Pages Magazine.