Samuel Masini, born in 1990 (Malta), developed a keen interest in photography since an early age. Initially driven by the constant urge to document life as it happens, it wasn’t until reaching his mid-twenties that Samuel started exploring the artistic side of photography.
Having no formal education in fine arts or photography, Samuel enrolled in the MIPP still image course and various other online resources to work on the technical side of photography. Presently, he spends most of his available time reading books and magazines on art and photography, researching and attending various visual arts exhibitions both locally and abroad.
The photographic style can be described as minimalist, often consisting of isolated subjects removed from context to be showcased and viewed on their own merit. Samuel’s main photographic influences include Irving Penn, Hiroshi Sugimoto, Rachael Talibart and William Eggleston among many others.