Angelo Maggi is Associate Professor of History of Architecture and Architectural photography at the Università Iuav di Venezia. Born in Great Britain, he grew up on his family farm at Locorotondo, Puglia and studied architecture at Iuav in Venice, working closely with Italo Zannier, on History of architectural photography. His research and teaching, both in Italy and elsewhere, examines the study of architectural photography, its origins, evolution, and its role equally as an analytical tool for architectural historians and as a documentation of world heritage. Since 2010 Professor Maggi has overseen the International Relations of Università Iuav di Venezia, including international projects and staff and student exchanges, particularly with China and India. Maggi’s other publications include the Italian editions of Robert Byron’s The Appreciation of Architecture (2006) and Helmut Gernshiem’s Focus on Architecture and Sculpture (2011). He has also authored and coauthored Rosslyn Chapel an Icon through the ages (2008); Evelyn George Carey: the Forth Bridge (with Michael Gray, 2009); Giorgio Casali Photographer / Domus 1951–1983 (with Italo Zannier, 2013), and The American Journey (2020).