Trasverse 19 Trentino – Casa Chiesi is going!
Its official! This June we are going to attend one of the most coolest conference events!
Traverse is back for 2019 and heading to the stunningly beautiful Trentino, Italy!
We will be joining bloggers, YouTubers, Instagrammers, influencers and digital content creators from around the world for a series of talks, workshops, masterclasses, panels, one on ones and more in Italy. Midweek events will be taking place in the days leading up to the conference, with the whole event open to influencers from all backgrounds and abilities.
For the first time at Traverse, post event adventures will take places following the conference, giving attendees the chance to spend more time in this stunning region.
The great thing is that we will be joining our dear friend Chef Dennis K. Littley (https://www.askchefdennis.com/) and his wonderful wife Lisa! We can’t wait!
Gianni Berengo Gardin : Il Lavoro dell’Uomo
Last Friday I had the pleasure of coordinating and launching a live stream of an interview with one of Italy’s top notch photographers: Gianni Berengo Gardin. This is a project that we are working on in conjunction with a new portal site called Mooz (www.moozproject.it) which revolves around photographer and art in Italy and abroad. I would like to invite you to check out the youtube video of the Hangout on Air below (it’s in Italian but what better way to practice…no?)
For a short panorama of Gianni Berengo Gardin’s photographic story check out this video:
Live Interview with Tosca Radigonda on Italian Feelings
We are super happy to have our dear friend and collaborator to Casa Chiesi join us in this visual presentation of what we like to call The Italian Feeling.
Tosca Radigonda is a commercial and editorial photographer specialised in children and baby lifestyle photography with a vast list of clients worldwide. In this Event we will concentrate on her wonderful Italian portfolio and gather some insight towards her passion for Italy (She is married to Angelo, who she met in Milan and has a son named Milan…need we say more?)
In the meantime you can check out her wonderful work on her web site:www.toscaradigonda.com
Old Fiat 500s-600s
Ever since I arrived in this country I have always had one dream: buying an original Fiat 500 from the 50’s era. Yes, I know that I am not a car buff but once I saw one of these jewels roaming the streets of Milan I just had to have one! Considering that now it is an object that will catapult you towards Hipster stardom (obviously they have become harder to find!) it is a challenge to tear one of these baby’s away from the so called “in crowd”
If you want to read up on the story behind these beautiful vehicles:
Wikipedia on Fiat 600’s
Wikipedia on Fiat 500’s
Maybe we can put a Casa Chiesi Logo on the side doors just like Herbie had!!!