By now you’re probably familiar with the work of photographer Joe Azzarello.
His work is all over the place, from a collection of portraits to a series of stunning prints.
He’s also been an editor of the magazine Playboy, the former host of the VH1 reality series, and recently co-founded the online photography business PhotoShop.
In his work, Azzrello focuses on capturing the moments in life and the moments of joy.
He is a true work of art.
But his career may have been cut short when he died at the age of 41 in 2015.
He had been in poor health for years, and had suffered from a number of mental health issues.
In his obituary, his family wrote that his final months were marked by a “growing fear and anxiety”.
Azzarelli had lived in New York, and was a resident of Manhattan, according to his obituaries.
He was originally from Italy and had moved to New York in 1989, according a biography of his by photographer David P. Green.
The family said he worked in the film industry, which had a “disturbing” effect on him.
Azzarrello was known for his artistic and political activism.
In 2010, he was arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to commit murder and assault with intent to murder in a murder investigation.
In January 2018, Azzi was named the 2017 Photographer of of the Year by the American Photographic Society.