Raffaele Izzo was born in 1994 in Italy, in Sarno (town in the province of Salerno). As a teenager he was interested in traveling, discovering new cultures and music. Although he has a master’s degree in Philosophical Sciences, obtained at the University of Salerno, during the study period of the Erasmus + program in Potsdam (Germany), he has rediscovered a real passion in street photography. As a self-taught he begins to experiment and study this branch of photography and begins to deepen it. He has worked as an official photographer for various cultural events and collaborated with local newspapers in storytelling. After the presentation of his report on the history of one of the millenary rites, the “Paputi”, of his city of origin, a photograph was published in the July 2019 volume of the National Geographic Magazine Italy. He founded “Streephers”, a street collective that intends to spread the culture of street photography on social networks and in the national and international territory.