Piotr Degler (1985) grew up in Spain, in a family of musicians and architects. Equally influenced by art and technology, and motivated by his love for the four-wheels, after graduating he moved to Turin to study car design, landing at Bertone. It is here, in one of the world’s temples of car design, that he started lining up to his daily job as a designer another passion of his, photography. The added value of his images resides precisely in the combination of photography and his expertise in car design. Degler hands to the observer the key features of every design, the master strokes imagined by the creator, by reinterpreting through each photo the perspective, the lines and the volumes of some of the most important production models and prototypes in the automotive history. Today, Piotr Degler is one of the most respected photographers in the motor industry, having worked for legendary names such as Fiat, Pininfarina and the everlasting Ferrari. In 2016, he published his first book, “Carros de Cuba”.