Well-known blogger and excellent photographer, Laura Adani has been working on cuisine since many years. Her blog, www.iocomesono-pippi.blogspot.it is one of the most read among the specialists and common people. She works for many magazine sas A Tavola and for some companies. Renato Marcialis had a great influence on her.
Mariapaola Bossini was born in Brescia (Lombardy, Italy) and she has been living there for 19 years. Then she moved to Milan to become a journalist. After her degree in Communication at Università Cattolica (Milan) and an stage experience in Vogue, in 2011 she became editorial coordinator in Trenta Editore; here she began to love another kind of job, graphic design. So in 2016 she decided to move to London to improve her new passion and here she earned the Graphic Designer qualification at Shillington College. For Trenta Editore she worked on Favoloso Formaggio, Irresistibile Salmone and the series Chubby & Sticky.
Leonardo Cairo studied Architecture in Milan (Italy). While student, he attended a stage at Johnny Ricci photography atelier: his passion for photos started here, observing the wonderful images realized by Robert Doisneau, Atget, Brassai and Henry Cartier Bresson. He loves jazz and Brasilian music and plays the sax. He has been studing unconventional therapies for 10 years and worked as holistic professional in Brasil. He is specialized in food and travel photos. For Trenta Editore he worked on Mille e un panettone and Irresistibile salmone.
Graphic and web designer with a passion for logo design, Laura is in charge of editorial projects, branding, adv and web design. After spending 15 years in a company, she decided to create her own agency in Este (Veneto, Italy). She is a creative person who loves well done things, captivating and exciting projects, but she is also a mother able to learn everyday something new from her child.
Cristina Franceschini studied Graphic Design at l’Istituto Arte & Messaggio in Milan (Italy). She works on her own as graphic and web designer since 2000 for advertising agencies, beauty & fashion companies; she is able to plan everything, from the idea to the final product. She loves her job and studies for each project the right solution to have a great result, working in team, if necessary.
He worked, with his son Matteo, for many food magazines and curated the images of the majority of the books of the famous patissier Iginio Massari; one of his book, Cresci, was prize winning worldwide. He also works for many architectural magazines, above all the Frech-Italian Images. He sketched important celebrities in their professional ambient for Profili magazine. For Trenta Editore he realized all the photos of Vito Mollica. Invito a cena al Palagio di Firenze.
Born in 1974, Laura Penone uses a pencil since she was a child and she would never give up it. The passion for drawing, lead her to attend artistic school and then to work for companies as illustrator. She has been working in a company for 15 years; in 2005 she decided to work on her own as professional illustrator. She is the author of the illustrations of the series Chubby & Sticky.
Photographer professional, specialized in food photos for book, magazines and events. He works for food magazines as Grande Cucina, Il Pasticcere, Il Panificatore Italiano, Cucina Gourmet and for important lifestyle magazines as Dove, Bell'Italia, Bell'Europa, Marie Claire Travel His photos coulb be found in Touring guides, EDT Lonely Planet guides, Michelin, Geo and City Book Mondadori. In 1994 he started a project called Fotografia & Reportage and started to work for many companies like Centro Logistico Internazionale, Curti gruppo Wurth, Diageo, Il Panino Giusto, Martini & Rossi, Sabadì, SIAE Microelettronica, SELTA and Siemens Italia. For Trenta Editore he worked on Michelino Gioia, Assaggi di grappa and Uno scugnizzo ai fornelli.
Oonagh Stransky translates from Italian to English with a focus on literature, essays, food & wine, and art. She has published writers such as Pasolini, Lucarelli, and Saviano as well as cookbooks, websites, and articles on fashion and design. Her work in winery communications and hospitality at Avignonesi and Palazzo Vecchio has given her precious insight into the world of winemaking, export, and sales, which she has furthered with WSET certification. As a writer for The Florentine English-language newspaper, and as their Arezzo/Cortona correspondent, Stransky conducts interviews with notable local figures and contributes regularly to the paper. Stransky and her partner recently founded Bon Vivant Express, a blog and brand that celebrates the heady delights of living well.
Alice graduated from IULM University in 2014 with a M.A. in Translation. She translates from French and English to Italian for some Italian and foreign publishing companies. For Trenta Editore, she translated “Barolo Library”.