A thoughtful and extremely talented photographer, Luca has been documenting the company’s activity over the last year. As you may have seen, he has gifted us an incredible record of our ongoing work.

Supernatural knowledge of a seeming invisibility spell enables him to capture those unguarded rehearsal room moments without affecting the flow of the work.

He manages to make everything we do look beautiful and elevates our work to a new level, translating it to yet another medium – with images that help us to promote our work, give people a sense of who we are and what we do and reach wider audiences.

Luca’s professional approach, generosity and personality have fast made him an integral part of the team – he is joyful company and someone we want to keep close in the years to come.

We have conducted a mini ‘interview’ with Luca which we hope will give you an insight into why he’s one of our favourite people.

We will be sharing our love over social media and through our newsletters and we invite you to join us – #FALoves and have your say!

Image of Luca by Camila França. Company images by Luca Migliore.

I work in digital media, and I have a background in conservation biology and a degree in flute. I am particularly interested in documentary, portrait and performance photography. I listen to music of all sorts, from Bach to black metal to whale songs. And I love being immersed in nature – whenever I can, I escape the city and go hiking in the mountains.

How many languages do you speak?
Italian, English, very little French, plus some Piedmontese and a few words in Sardinian.

What’s your favorite place in the world?
Mountain forests. I love hiking and being immersed in the colours, the smells and the silence you can experience there.

What’s your hidden talent?
Not quite there yet, but I’m trying to learn throat singing.

What’s the best advice you’ve ever received?
When you are trying your hand at something and you feel stuck, don’t try to make it work at all costs. Leave it for a while, do something completely different. If what you were trying to do is important to you and you’re really meant to do it, things will sort themselves out and find their way back to you.

If you had 5 minutes to teach someone something new, what would you teach?
Throat singing, once I’ve mastered it.