Andrea Rotili / photo
“They’re alike in their improvisation and their spontaneousness.
They happen at the same moment that you’re hearing something
and you’re seeing something, and you record it, and it’s frozen forever!” (William Claxton)
Andrea Rotili, remembering these words of William Claxton, one of the undisputed masters in the history of American
photography, recounts the meeting between music and photography.
Born in Sant'Elpidio a Mare (FM) and a resident of Morrovalle (MC), a lover of jazz music and photography, being able to unite
both in harmony and immortalizing musicians performing on and off stage bringing out all of their state of mind.
"I felt the need to express through a click of the emotions I felt listening to the live music."
Studies in computer science and attendance of workshops with the best national and international photographers and
masters in photo / editor, improved its technical and creative skills.
With a collaboration born with a web / International magazine, it was credited to Italian and international festivals which
have allowed him to deepen knowledge in the field and work now with musicians and manufacturers of musical instruments
and creation of photo and cd, photo and social networks and catalogs.
He has created and organized several exhibitions: Civitanova Marche (FM), Sant'Elpidio a Mare (FM), Monte Urano (FM),
Ancona, Morrovalle (MC), Czech Republic and Tunisia.
In 2017 he was one of the 35 photographers taking part in the great exhibition "L'Immagine del suono" during the Umbria Jazz
festival in Perugia-
In 2015 with the photo of Enzo Pietropaoli at the Teatro Morlacchi in Perugia during Umbria Jazz 2014, he won first prize at
the JAZZ WORLD PHOTO, an international photo contest that allowed him to so widespread expand his work nationally and
In 2016 had the honour of being part of the jury that awarded the “JAZZ WORLD PHOTO”, once again on the podium in 2017.
With the photo of Stefano BOLLANI,taken at ANCONA JAZZ festival 2016, he won the third prize at JAZZ WORLD PHOTO 2017.
In 2018 he was nominated as a finalist for the Jazz Journalist Association Jazz Awards in New York City (USA) for the Jazz
Photo of the Year.