Born in Ancona in 1972, Jacopo Pandolfi studied Photography & Printing Techniques at the London College of Printing (now London College of Communication) - University of the Arts.
He then started working as a professional photographer for clients such as The Royal Society of Medicine, The Royal Society of Chemistry and Reuters, while also documenting London's rebellious youth culture.
His iconic images have appeared on The Economist and The Guardian, amongst many other publications.
They were exhibited at the shows "IDENTITY: 40 Years of British Youth and Subcultures Photographs" in Carnaby Street and "Visions of Disorder" at the Levi's Gallery in central London, as well as at his solo show at Palazzo Camerata, a 16th Century building in Ancona.
He is a member of the Royal Photographic Society.