Roberto Ruberti, born in 1981, is an Italian freelance photojournalist based in Rome.
He came in contact with photography very young in 1990, when he received the first camera from his father, it was a Pentax K1000.
Graduated in 2010 with honors in economics with specialization in political economy at the University of Rome Tor Vergata, afterwards in 2011 obtained a master’s degree in Finance.
Educated as an economist, he gets a particular feeling to human conditions and society organization.
In 2011, Roberto moved to United States and subsequently in 2012 worked as an economic consultant in Sao Paulo, Brazil, these experiences gave Roberto a deep curiosity in exploring foreign cultures.
Roberto get began his photography career in 2013 and his work has been consistently sought out by several italian trip magazine, for them he has photographed a number of amazing landscapes including Patagonian glaciers, Angkor wat and Bagan temples, Sahara and Wadirum desert, Moroccan Rif, Petra ruins, Philippines, India, Argentina, Southern Spain, Tanzania, Indonesia, Burma and Hong Kong.
Roberto has suitcase always ready and a heart always alert because life is short and the world full of things to discover, there is no more time for ties and desks.