Sherpas are highly regarded as elite mountaineers and experts in their local area. They were immeasurably valuable to early explorers of the Himalayan region, serving as guides at the extreme altitudes of the peaks and passes in the region, particularly for expeditions to climb Mount Everest. We welcome interns from all over the world, and here are the valiants who have already climbed the steep faces of the art world with us. If you want to be part of our team, send us an email with your cv.

Our beloved Sherpas:



Cristopher Ghioldi (Como, Italy, 1990) graduated in photography at CFP Bauer of Milan in 2013. His research comes from a deep interest in visual arts along with a strong fascination in exploring the gap between reality and its representation. He retrieves stories, photographs or objects – relics of a past in which photography was akin to the concept of “icon” and far from that of commodity, the latter generated by the spread of the Internet. Retrieving their narratives and reshaping them, he re-elaborates preexisting materials and integrates them again in the stream of images they originally came from.



Federico Vandone Dell’Acqua (Pavia, Italy, 1992) attended the Fotografia Biennale course at CFP Bauer in Milan. His research and studies are focused upon environment-related landscape and territorial issues within documentary photography practices. After a life of adventure, he now lives primarily on the internet, occasionally emerging for snacks. /



Pietro Migliorati (Rome, Italy, 1990) holds a degree in Industrial Design. His thesis project, titled “Vedere Diversa Mente” is a manual about colour-blindness and visual perception. In 2016 he attends the MA in Photography and Visual Design at NABA, Milan, where he focuses on photographic studies, analyzing the dialectics between analogue and digital photography and between reality and its interpretation.  His manifold interests are enriched by Pietro’s passion for climbing and slacking.