Franco Roselli, an author, film/ television producer, and professor of Italian literature, is a photographer who has a flair for illustrating the beauty of everyday life.
His photographs for "finestre e porte" (windows and doors) are intriguing images of history, society, lifestyle, as well as American and European architecture. His work -- unidentified images of windows and doors taken from around the world -- has been displayed in Italy and the United States, where it has garnered critical acclaim.
"It is not important where the place is, because this is not a travel guide." Roselli says. "What is truly important is how the soul within the viewer relates to the image itself. I have captured this moment digitally, and I hope this book helps others see their world differently."