Matteo Vicino, born in Bolonia in 1972, began his artistic career as a musician. After a decennal activity as comedian (beeing the comedian in "Dichiarazioni d’Amore" by Pupi Avati and the testimonial in a comic role for many companies), he became fashion photographer and stage director. The directing and leading role in "Icaro", gave him the opportunity to cooperate with the State Police Department and becoming a trainer and expert in communication with the young generations. He became writer for documentary films ("Report Montecatone", special mention at Giffoni Film Festival 2007) and lastly film director for the film "Young Europe". 2010 marked also his debut as a writer with a book with the same title of the film. His veratility enables him to combine with ease visual language with literary and musical artistry.