Guido Morozzi, born in Florence in 1968, quit his studies in architecture to start a career in graphic design, which led him to work for several years as director of the Post-Production department at Clip Television, a branch of Filmmaster Group. During this period, he specialised in motion graphics, applying his skills to a multitude of different projects, including music videos, commercials, documentaries and TV broadcasts, and concluded this phase designing and completing the opening videos for the Opening Ceremony of the 2006 Turin Olympics. He is now creative director and graphic designer at Piano B, a communication agency based in Milan, focused on designing and producing special events. He is also an esteemed photographer, especially in the field of street and reportage photography, and with a personal exhibition to his credit. Guido is the Ambassador of the Club degli Eventi e della Live Communication, the Italian association of event agencies, established in January 2017 and counting 39 agencies.
Guido in a few Tweets
- Others say about me that my puns are really funny.
- My biggest challenge is to complete a photographic project that I've been working on for some time now.
- An award-winning project must speak a universal language, being possibly pop and elegant at the same time
- The Nature of Events is made of the same material of which ideas are made. Therefore, keep the flow of ideas alive!
- Collaboration in events means what helps you to always look at things from other points of view.
- “Co-creation” makes me think of empathy, sharing, jazz music and the fact that the result is always more than the sum of the parts.