Pro One Media was created by passionates about photography world and combines technical competence, ideas and a constant desire to grow. Everything began in the world of motorsport, precisely in the world of hill climbs. Then photography took us on exploration of new fronts which
are becoming our daily now. What do we do? First of all we are concerned with everything that relating around movement, sport&action, like rally, motocross, downhill and other extreme sports.
My name is Lorenzo Martincich, I was born on August 23, 1998 in Trieste, Italy and I'm an Italian-Croatian citizen. I’m inside motorsports since I was a child and I went to the races with my father, and I always took with me an old film camera, a Pentax, to do some shots to take home as a souvenir. Over the years I started to get interested in this world more and more, both in terms of photography that from the side of racing, and I bought a go-kart first and then a race car, a peugeot 205 rallye 1300. Thanks to photography I had the opportunity to be in close contact with this fantastic world and to live moments of joy, passion and satisfaction at the side of prestigious teams and drivers here in Italy and abroad. I love my work which has become a part of my life by now, so I can only offer my sincere thanks to all those who make this possible.
My name is Matteo Ravalico, I was born on 3 january, 1998 in Trieste, Italy where I still live. I received my first reflex in 2014 and during these years I worked with Lorenzo on achievement of this new adventure which uses pictures to stop action. We started together this fantastic journey and it was very satisfying, although with many difficulties but also with many emotions which took me to meet new people between drivers, photographers and passionates about motorsports. The rally sector is really my favourite, but in any case I do not dislike the other categories! I ‘m also very fascinated by the world of two wheels, like cross or motard races which are sure other sports that I would like to capture with my camera yet.