Gabriele Stabile is an Italian photographer based in Rome and New York whose interests span from long term, socially mindful, documentary projects to food, portraits and alternative printing techniques.
Gabriele has shot extensively around the food and wine world, covering everything Momofuku, including corporate jobs, promos, books and has been with Lucky Peach from the very first. He has shot edibles for a few other solid clients in the commercial market and beyond. These include PJ Clarke's, Torst/Luksus, WD50, MAD festival, Mission Chinese, Clarkson Potter, Phaidon, Food and Wine, and Gourmet. His documentary work has been widely exhibited, commissioned, collected in group and solo shows internationally, and published by many fine publications including: The New York Times, TIME, Newsweek, The Wall Street Journal, FADER magazine, The New Yorker, Le Monde.
He was in PDN30's list of young photographers to watch in 2010, on the American Photography Annual the same year, and joined Aperture's two year long residency program.
He has published a monograph of his personal work on refugees, The Refugee Hotel, ( McSweeney's, San Francisco, 2012 ), that took over 6 years in the making, and several cookbooks of which two became New York Times Best Sellers.
He lives on Alitalia long range flights, Trastevere and the Bronx, with his wife, Pax and two children Quino and Nicholas Ray.