Ray Giubilo was born in Adelaide, Australia, and moved to Italy with his family at the age of 7.
In 1981 returned to Australia and based himself in Sydney where he soon developed a passion for fashion photography. Sydney at the time was becoming the fashion capital of Australia, many new magazines were hitting the stands and many international photographers and models started to visit Australia attracted by this new fashion groove.
Ray found himself in the middle of this movement and in 1987 opened his first photographic studio.
Ray, has always been a keen collector of photographic books and was attracted by the works of some photographers from the early 1900’s, especially Alexander Rodchenko, Jacques Henri Lartigue and Martin Muncacsi. These were photographers who were not specialised in any particular style of photography, they were photo reporters that would photograph anything from news to fashion and sports .
Tennis has always played a major role in Ray’s life and the early black and white tennis photos of Lartigue raised in him a strong interest in tennis photography. In 1989 he had the opportunity to cover the Australian Open for the italian magazine Matchball. Since then he covered more than 100 Grand Slam tournaments and more than 200 other tennis events including Davis and Fed Cup ties and ATP/WTA tournaments .He also covered 3 Summer Olympics for the ITF (Sydney 2000,London 2012,Rio 2016) and 1 Winter Olympic in Torino 2006.
In 2008 he designed his first photographic book on tennis, “TENNIS MATCH”,published in Italy by HOEPLI and in 2010 two more photographic books, “ROGER FEDERER, il N.1 di sempre”, dedicated to the career of Roger Federer and “LE RAGAZZE DEL TENNIS” dedicated to the world of women’s tennis. In 2011 another book “IL RE DELLA TERRA” , dedicated to the career of RAFA NADAL, and in 2017 a second edition of “ROGER FEDERER, il N.1 di sempre”, with a new cover and 65 more pages.
Ray Giubilo’s work has been published in many editorial publications around the world and is the staff photographer for IL TENNIS ITALIANO, the world’s oldest tennis magazine. His work is also featured regularly in the tennis art magazine COURTS.
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