After studying at the International Center of Photography, Alfredo did an internship at Magnum Photos in New York in the archival department. Even though his diploma was in Fine Art photography he soon realized his passion was for photojournalism. In 2004 and 2005 he worked on a long term project in Los Angeles documenting the difficult reality of Skid Row, an area where 25.000 homeless people live .This project became later a book, Lost Angels, which won the 1st prize at the International Photography Award. In 2006 he joined Contrasto Photo Agency and moved to Rome where he started collaborating with Unicef Italia and for which he’s worked several times in the Democratic Republic of Congo, Benin and Chad. Alfredo also works as a movie still photographer and has worked for Fandango, Netflix, Disney and Amazon among others. His stories have been published in The Australian Photojournalist, l’Espresso, l’Express, Vanity Fair, El Pays Semanal, Io Donna, Internazionale, D di Repubblica, Sport Week, Weliswaar and De Groene Amsterdammer among others. Alfredo is now based in Tuscany and in addition to working editorially and commercially he teaches photography at Tuscany Photography Day, which runs daily photography workshops, in the Val d’Orcia area.