Gianluca Abblasio was born in Torino in 1977.
He live and works in Rome, where he taken the degree in computer science.
He studied photography since 2008 and he’s still studing photojournalism in Rome at Officine Fotografiche.
Ozora is a little village of one-thousand inhabitants situated in the heart of Hungarian countryside, 120 km from Budapest, in the south. It is here where the most important European psy-trance festival takes place every year.
Ozora Festival is not just a trance music festival, but it is more like a big gathering of people who identify themselves in the hippy, psychedelic and tribal culture.
Every year at August more than 20,000 people coming from all over the world camp together, share emotions, ideas, thoughts. Tribalism, union, love for nature and for the Earth are the core of this trend that was born at the end of the Eighties in India, at Goa. The freak culture has a strong critical approach towards the system and its prohibitions. Festivals like this one are places where alternative visions of the world are free to express.