Gustavo Ghianda is a self-taught photographer and artist based in London, UK. Born and raised in Argentina, he discovered his passion for photography at the age of 23 when he purchased a camera on a whim. Over the years, he has honed his skills through a combination of self-study and various photography courses in Buenos Aires and Barcelona.
Ghianda's work is characterized by its strong visual style and a keen eye for capturing beauty in all its forms. He is particularly interested in exploring themes of identity, memory, and the human condition, and his portraits are known for their intimacy, delicacy, and emotional depth. His dedication to his craft has earned him recognition and acclaim from the art community. In 2010, he was selected to participate in the "Sin Sentido?" photography contest organized by the Argentine Association of Art Galleries, and his work has since been featured in numerous exhibitions in Buenos Aires and London. In addition to his artistic pursuits, Ghianda is also dedicated to teaching photography and sharing his knowledge and passion with others. He offers workshops and courses aimed at both beginners and advanced photographers, and his approach is one of encouragement and inspiration.