Below, you can find a brief resume of the contributors who help me keep this weblog updated by providing pictures, reports, heads ups, or suggestions.
Giovanni Maduli, 1964-class, has been contributing to my work as a journalist with his top class photographs since 1998. Working for an important airline, he has travelled all around the world with his camera, taking pictures that have also been used to illustrate many of my articles and books. Gianni (as known by his friends) is a proud Canon photographer, currently working with an EOS 5D and a 50D and various lenses (100-400 being the preferred one for action photography). He is also the official photographer of Airplanes magazine and he is almost always with me when I’m attending an airshow or visiting a flying unit to write an article. He is particularly keen on Naval Aviation and helicopters.
Simone Bovi was born in Italy in 1978. Graduated in law with a thesis on the airspace violations he is currently work in airlines, dealing with security and ground operations. He contributes to some of the most important worldwide aviation magazines such as Air Forces Monthly, Airports of the World, Airliner World and Flypast. He also conduct researches about the Regia Aeronautica in WW2 and similar topics and takes the pictures for his reports with Canon gear (EOS 7D and 450D with 100-400 and 28-135 lenses). For this website he is also the editor of the much followed Airspace Violations series.