Donato Dicamillo’s street photography is nothing short of amazing. And he has an equally fascinating backstory that takes him from the streets of Brooklyn to being incarcerated in federal prison. His self-taught style captures a gritty emotion and imagery that is unique. And in this interview he reveals his journey.
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Born in Brooklyn New York, Donato Di Camillo is one son of three siblings born from Italian immigrant parents.
As a child Donato suffered behavioural problems with anger, he would soon be expelled from school at the age of sixteen for violence, then . . .