Biagio Mastroianni was born in Lucerne, Switzerland in 1969. After his education as a photolithographer he studied visual communication at the Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts and gaining a degree as an illustrator. Biagio works as an illustrator, painter and printmaker in Lucerne and London. His work, including illustration, painting, drawing and many kinds of printmaking has been shown in exhibitions not only in London, but as far afield as New York, Norway, Italy and Switzerland. Moreover, he illustrates in publications like Horizon magazine London, The Naked Punch magazine, Neue Zürcher Zeitung and Folio Zurich, for the Swiss Red Cross, Bern and the company Feltbrook Ltd London. He has collaborated in audiovisual installations for theatre and dance performances in Zurich. His work has been published in several books including International Contemporary Artists I.C.A. New York, The Society of Illustrators, New York and Printmakers Council at 50, Making and Impression, London. Some prints are shown as permanent collection in the V&A, Victoria and Albert Museum, London.