Roberto Ruberti, born in 1981, is an Italian photographer based in Rome. He graduated in Economics at TorVergata and Roma 3 University. His studies gave a particular attention to human economic conditions. The Camera is just an instrument to better represent the reality and to help tell a story. He is mainly focused on elderly people, believing that looking closely at the eyes of an older person into their routine and in the place they live can help to better understand the level and awareness of the society to which they belong. Since 2013 Roberto’s work has been consistently sought out by an important italian trip magazine called Marcopolo. For Marcopolo he has photographed a number of amazing landscapes including Patagonia, the Sahara desert, the Moroccan Rif, Atlas, the Philippines, Argentina and Southern Spain. Then he began to work on commercial projects, such as Suntripes and PopupCreations, always respecting a natural character of shapes during the photo-editing phases. Roberto’s curiosity for different ways of living has taken him to new and unfamiliar territories, some really far such as the Manila’s Dumpsites, where he explored the conditions of children who live in that area, as a Fes Tannery, or a wild landscape of southern Chile. More recently, Roberto has travelled to Hong Kong, where he found inspiration in its night atmosphere, then to Bali and Indonesia, where he visited the northern side of the island searching for balinese authenticity on the faces of the locals.