Ale Giorgini started drawing when he was child and he never quits. Today he works as illustrator, collaborating with clients such as Jeep, Puma, Warner Bros, Kinder Ferrero, Disney Entertainment, Foot Locker, Faber-Castell, Sony Pictures, Emirates, MTV and publishing in magazines and newspapers such as L’Espresso, Boston Globe, Hollywood Reporter, Chicago Magazine, Il Corriere della Sera, Il Sole 24 Ore, Wired UK.
He participated in exhibitions and events around the world: New York, Zurich, Sydney, Wien, Paris, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Melbourne, Manchester, Portland even if he doesn’t move out from Vicenza (Italy), his hometown. He was selected to be part of 58th Society of Illustrators in New York (2016) and has been nominated for the Boscarato Prize at Treviso Comic Book Festival (2016), but the most important goal he reached is do the job he has always dreamed.
He is director of Illustri Festival, a biennial event of illustration, he teaches at the International School of Comics and at IED (European Design Institute and he founded Magnifico, an illustration agency. When he’s not working at one of these, he use to chill around with his dog.