Enrico Carpi (1997) lives and works in The Hague (NL) and Ravenna (Italy). At the age of fourteen he started taking photos with his first camera, then during the high school he met his teacher Francesco Neri that introduced him into documentary photography and curated his point of view.
In 2017 he did an internship by Flatmind videoproductoin agency in Faenza.
In 2018 he won the Erasmus student internship in Londonderry (Ireland) at "The Nerve Center", which is the principal center of media creatives arts of Northen Ireland. He realized a short film and a personal photography project documenting the life inside the Bogside of Derry.
In 2018 he has been selected for the "Premio Davide Vignali" promoted by Fondazione Fotografia di Modena at the Galleria Civica di Palazzo Santa Margherita, exhibiting his personal project "Mostri Addomesticati" which documents factory around Ravenna.
2019-20 studied at Cfp Bauer in Milan (IT).
Currently he is living in The Hague (NL) attending a bachelor's degree in photography at The Academy of Fine Art.