Art Director + Visual Artist + Photographer
Life is deeply related to the movement since the very begin of the universe.

Movement—Hope for Happiness

The following pictures selection is about the relationship between eye, life and its moving process.

Life is deeply related to the movement since the very begin of the universe.

Life is deeply related to the movement since the very begin of the universe.

 By observing this natural phenomenon Troito uses photography to portrait moments in motion and highlight the pleasant feeling of it and also its importance to our life.

By observing this natural phenomenon Troito uses photography to portrait moments in motion and highlight the pleasant feeling of it and also its importance to our life.

"It seems to me that movement is the cause of our existence and it can also be a solution for an infinite of situations.”

"It seems to me that movement is the cause of our existence and it can also be a solution for an infinite of situations.”

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“Movement is hope for happiness."

“Movement is hope for happiness."

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 This collection by Rodrigo Troitiño is a selection of pictures taken around Amsterdam during 2018 and 2019. – Troito is a Visual Artist, Art Director and Photographer developing his photography in a more serious way since 2017 when he bought a DSLR camera. Since 2018 he turns his photos into black and white tones, a way to emphasize shapes, movement, light and expression.

This collection by Rodrigo Troitiño is a selection of pictures taken around Amsterdam during 2018 and 2019. – Troito is a Visual Artist, Art Director and Photographer developing his photography in a more serious way since 2017 when he bought a DSLR camera. Since 2018 he turns his photos into black and white tones, a way to emphasize shapes, movement, light and expression.