1977 was born in Pescara, close to the seaside.
2004 moves to Milan.
2006 obtaines a diploma in photography and languages of contemporary photographic project at CFP Bauer in Milan.
2008 Bevilacqua La Masa Foundation, Venice. Group exhibition “Which Venice?/Quale Venezia?”.
2010 Derbylius Galery, Milan. Group exhibition “Artist for health”.
2010 Triennale, Milan. Exhibition of photographic project on Marco Ferreri’s “Faraneto”, within his personal exhibition “projecttoughts”.
2011 Servizi e Magazzini della Piantagione Paradise, Bolognano (PE). Site specific photographic project for the “Fourth Free International Forum. Defense of Nature”.
2011 Kunsthaus, Zurich. Photographic contributions for the catalogue “Bouyes Voice” published by Kunsthaus and Electa, and for the benefit photo sale in occasion of the exihibition “Joseph Bouyes.
2013 Triennale, Milan. Group Exhibition “Around the world”
2015 Fifth Free International Forum, Bolognano (PE). Site specific project “Resilienza” in the Paradise plantation of Joseph Beuys
2016 Industrial Art Biennale (IAB) Labin region of Istria, Croatia. National Galeery of Labin, the group exhibition “Beyond the Image”
Currently he works with artists, magazines, designers and architects. His works are regularly published in Italian and international magazines Vogue Casa Italia, Vogue Living Australia, Vogue Brasil, The Telegraph, Living “Corriere della sera”, Architectural Digest (Italia, Germania, Spagna), Elle Decor Italia, Elle Decoration UK, Elle Décor Japan Elle Décor China, Ideat, Architektur&Wohnen, and others, and book such as: Gestalten, Neues, Electa, Mondadori.
Represented worldwide by Livinginside.it.
He lives and works in Milan.
Helenio's pictures rebuild a mnemonic, sometimes absent landscape, made of real life atmospheres, where the story of his own life is described in spaces that work almost like loudspeaker of his emotions. In his subjects we find a melancholic vision with a taste of a remote past, unmoving but possible, rebuilt, stimulated and reanimated. His images are visionary maps speaking of feelings and making an abstract trial run of the memory.