Andrea Jemolo opened his photo-studio in Rome in 1982 and he specialized his work since the very beginning in architecture. Through the years he was commissioned by The City of Rome and other Italian Institutions to conduct some photo-surveys over various metropolitan urban territories. Architectures of Rome today is one of his most recent photo projects made to create an archive of relevant architectural achievements of the last 15 years in Rome. Jemolo professional skills and shooting tecniques intrigued a lot of architects such as Richard Meyer and Renzo Piano, who involved Jemolo in shooting their “work in progress”. He now works for many other international architects such as Frank Gehry, Odil Decq, Tadao Ando, Giulio Romano, Zaha Hadid. He is recognized as able to give life to the most rationalist facade: every image is perfect and powerful, an element to recognize the entire structural project. His artistic sensibility makes every shooting angle an abstaction able to stand by itself as a work of art. Photology has been representing Andrea Jemolo since 2009 with inclusion of his photographic pieces at Artfairs (Bologna and Torino). Photology organized in 2010 his Maxxi by Zaha Hadid show and in 2011 in Rome. In 2012 his show Punta della dogana by Tadao Ando was featured in Fabriano and I luoghi dell’arte at BEP Milano and NFC Rimini. In 2014, Photology exhibited the complete set of vintage prints of his Casa Malaparte project and came out with his first XL monograph. Andrea Jemolo’s works were showed in the last two exhibitions organized in Noto: Mona Lisa Smile (2014) and SI.C.( )L.A. - Sicily as Land Art (2015).