Paolo Brillo, music photographer, is a lucky man, he has managed to make a career out of something that draws from feelings close to his heart. Speaking about his journey into the world of music photography Paul comments, “i was born and continue to live in the northern Italian city of Bolzano. I took a passion to photography from a very young age, a passion that was combined with a love for music, especially rock music. As such the relationship between music and photography is an essential part of my life."
"To this day, if I go to a rock concert without a camera I feel that I have neglected something important."
"It is my belief that music continues to live on even after the death of those who composed it. There are moments, expressions, feelings related to those who makes music that will exist forever and it is my dream to catch this moment, expression and feeling in a camera frame to ensure that the music can live forever."
"In the words of Henri Cartier Bresson, it is just an impression that pictures are taken with the camera, pictures are taken with the eyes, the heart, the head, and, in my case, with a love for music.”
In 2020 Paolo published his book 'Bob Dylan: No Such Thing As Forever', a fantastic compliation of his photographs taken from 30 years of Bob Dylan's Never Ending Tour.