Toni Meneguzzo


Toni Meneguzzo is an internationally renowned photographer, working for over 30 years in fashion introducing a unique technique of photo shooting using large format Polaroid (8×10 in.) that became his distinguished mark, defining his iconic style and soon was adopted by many others.
Meneguzzo is synonymous with Italian Vogue, shooting many images for the fashion spread over the past 30 years, as well as for many fashion houses.
He collaborates with the most important international fashion magazines such as all Vogue’s editions, Harper’s Bazaar; Queen, Arena, New York Times, Condé Nast Group publications.
He shot advertising campaigns for several fashion brands such as Gianfranco Ferrè, Jil Sander, Banana Republic, Guerlain, Issey Miyake, Printemps.
He works for the most important magazines such as New York Times, AD China, AD Germany, AD Russia, AD France, Ad Italy, World of Interiors, AW Germany, Elle Decor, Residence, D Repubblica, Corriere della Sera, Case da Abitare. He works for brands such as Gucci, Pirelli PZero, Poltrona Frau – Charme Group, Technogym, Wally, WHY, Zegna.
After his exhibition, One Man Show, at the Photographers’ Gallery, his work has been shown all over the world, both in personal and collective exhibitions, and it has been published by the most important international magazines (Condé Nast Group publications, New York Times, Harpers’ Bazaar, Elle, etc.) and books on photography, fashion, lifestyle, design.
Toni’s stop motion videos have been shown at the Triennale Design Museum in Milan, at the Musée des Arts décoratifs du Louvre in Paris, and at the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York.
Thanks to his long and successful career in fashion, he extended his vision to different fields including architecture and design photography, always with a surprising point of view, producing images with a clear vision of architecture, aesthetics and geometry.