“I am committed to film as a means of expression and instruction. In a visually dominated society, I believe in the importance of studying and understanding images and the media critically. In my academic curricula, I familiarized with Cultural Anthropology, its methods and practice. Visual Anthropology provided me with tools to approach new research projects and critically think about visual cultures. Lastly, theory of montage inspired my camera style tremendously. My aim is to serve as an instructor of hands-on camera as well as the theory of images.”
Francesco has offered private teaching on the use of camera for photography and documentary filmmaking. He has taught students and scholars at both RISD and Brown University. Francesco is available for private lessons and short introductory courses on filmmaking. He is available for academic teaching, workshops, and other opportunities as well.