Batman Forever — Juliano Michelangelo Barrotti © 2010
Juliano Michelangelo Barrotti was born in Rome, Italy. He graduated from the Academia di Arte in Florence, then received a five year scholarship to The Royal Academy of Fine Art in London. He later spent two years at the Royal College of Art in London focused on graphic design, photography and film; then attended the Polish Film School on a one year scholarship. Barrotti’s career is impressive. He served as DP lighting assistant and camera operator to Federico Fellini and Luchino Viscont in Italy — and later held the post of Creative Director—at HCF London, Y&R Milan, Italy; McCann, Inter Public Worldwide; in addition to JWT International and Grey Advertising, South Africa.
He is the President of Barrotti Pictures Inc. in New York City — a commercial production company—as well as a director, cinematographer, producer, photographer and writer.
Barrotti is a producer of short films, music videos and high-end TV commercials. His clients include: Coca Cola, Levis, L'Oreal, Channel, De Beers Diamonds, Bud Light, Lexus, BMW Global, Wrangler Jeans and Barilla Pasta Global.
Awards and Honors
Nominated Best Director, Best Cinematography, MTV Awards for Bongos, "Numbers with Wings" Pat Benatar "Lipstick Lies" Zebra "Tell me what you want"
Canacine Camera Nacional De La Industria, Cinamatografica, Award Mexico City 1989–1996
36 International Commercial Awards
10 New York Advertising Awards, 12 Art Directors Club NYC
Photo Laureates, Best Fine Art Photography 2008, 2009
Representation | Professional Affiliations
Represented by William Morris Agency, David Wardlow, LA 1989–1995
Director, Screen Writer
Member of the Directors Guild of America NYC 1980–2009
644 International Photographers Motion Pictures & TV Union, NYC, LA
When & Where
The Fairfield County Adobe Users Group will meet once a month at alternating locations in Stamford and South Norwalk. Monthly meetings are of free of charge to all Adobe users. Join us on facebook and spread the word on our event page.
The mission of the group is to provide an open forum for creative professionals using Adobe products to share and expand their knowledge across all relevant Adobe platforms. The group is founded on a self-help concept used within the context of community for continued learning opportunities through the collective knowledge base and expertise of its’ members.
The Fairfield County Adobe Users Group will meet once a month at alternating locations at A to A Studio Solutions in Stamford and PUSH/creativeplacement in South Norwalk. Monthly meetings are of free of charge to all Adobe users. For more information, call Karl Heine at 203-838-7772.