Tags: art, Claudia Mozzillo, IED, Italy, people, Rome, world
After studying advertising at IED in Rome, Claudia Mozzillo worked for 9 years as the art director of Publicis in Italy. She felt a need to grow as an artist and pursued a Masters course in Photography. Recently, she started “The Hug Project”. It’s a series of photographs where she has her back to the camera and hugs various people, in different settings. A hug may mean a lot of things; compassion, love, affection, empathy, maybe even a combination of all those. Perhaps this savvy Neapolitan photographer thought that if more of us hugged each other, the world would be a better place. Perhaps…
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