About me

Hi, this is me, Luca Stefanutti, born in the 1990 and living in Cape Town, South Africa, where I am working as Head of Growth for a start-up called OurHood.

Graduated in the MSc in Economics and Management of Innovation and Technology at Bocconi University, Milan (Italy) with a thesis about “Smart Cities in developing countries: an empirical analysis from Bangalore and Cape Town”, I am a world traveller.

I have lived in Melbourne (Victoria, Australia) for 5 months, as an exchange student studying at Monash University. Moreover I have also been an exchange student at Indian Institute of Management Bangalore, in Bangalore, Karnataka, India, from September till December 2013. Therefore I went to Cape Town, South Africa, to do an exciting internship for OurHood. While writing my Master Thesis, I’ve worked in the European Commission in Brussels – unit B6 about consumer policy in the energy market.

I’ve got a lot of passions, and it’s quite easy involve me in something new. But one truly love of my life is photography! I have been a photographer for Tra i Leoni ( Bocconi University’s magazine) in Milan for almost 4 years and official photographer for Team Monash of Monash sport (Monash University) in Melbourne for 4 months.

I have used my old, but very reliable Canon EOS 450D for all the shots you can see here till December 2014. It has been a great camera, which has accompanied me in all types of adventures. But now her time has come and I’m moving to something a bit fancier. Canon EOS 5D Mark III and my unique lens for the moment is a 24-105 F/4L IS USM. In addition I have also a GoPro HERO 3 silver edition, because I’m quite a sporty guy, and usually the other cameras are not fitting all of those adventurous experiences!

I hope you will appreciate my work, so come on, don’t be shy! leave a comment and share it!

See ya!

LS

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