Filippo Bianchi was born in Milan in 1977.
After graduating in fine arts in 1996, he studied visual communication at the Accademia di Comunicazione in Milan, where he completed a post-graduate program in graphic design.

While working from 2000 to 2002 as graphic designer at Giorgio Armani visual department, he decided to dedicate himself to photography.
Alongside his experience as assistant for photographers like Josef Koudelka, Martine Franck, and Olivia Arthur, he developed a documentary work on countries as Iran, Mozambique, Bosnia, Albania, focusing on the interactions between man and territory.

Since 2005 he is photographing the plants of the French company Eurowatt, specialized in renewable energy, a project selected in 2010 for the FIIE (“Festival International de l’Image Environ- nementale”) in Paris.

In 2010 he started his long-term documentary project “Present perfect”, a portrait of Bosnia and the effects of the past history on the present society.

The fragile balance between economic development and preservation of the alpine territory is the subject of his personal project “Intrusions”, presented in 2012 at the 12th edition of Boutographies (“Rencontres photographiques de Montpellier”) and on the visual archive Documentary Platform.
He has collaborated with Amilcare Pizzi Publisher and his work has been published in Italian magazines like “Lo Specchio” (La Stampa), "Alias" (Il Manifesto), "Slow Food", and "Terre di Mezzo", Fotografo.
Filippo Bianchi lives and works between Milan and Paris.