Enrico Carpi, (b. in 1997) is an Italian photographer of predominantly long-term documentary projects, based between The Netherlands and Italy. He makes use of photography to interact with the external world and explore it. He’s interested in people and small communities and particular social minority working-class people. 
During his Graphic Design high school studies, he approaches photography through the photographer Francesco Neri.
In 2018 he developed the first project related to a community during an Erasmus in Londonderry, Ireland.
In the same year 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”.
In 2019/2020 he studied photography at the CFP Bauer in Milan. 
He is currently attending the Bachelor of Photography at Royal Academy of Art, KABK in The Hague (NL), and working on a project ‘rat from the sky’, observing the community behind pigeon racing and the relationship between pigeons and humans.​​​​​​​
Enrico is available for commissions in Italy, The Netherlands, and internationally.