Category Archives: Collaborations

Martina Busonero

Born in Monte Argentario, Southern Tuscany. She has been a photographer since 1997, and living in Tatti, Southern Tuscany, since 2006. She has recently (Jan 2020) published a photo book called Retrospettiva, palio marinaro dell’Argentario, uno sguardo intimo, on the traditional boat race held in Porto Santo Stefano.

Cristian Carlone

Born in Torino (Turin), Italy in the year 1964. Geologist, fiction books translator, cooperating with Turin’s MUFANT Museum, rock music lover (but unable to play any instrument) and in particular of Blue Oyster Cult, cinema fan, avid reader and total Star Wars and Gundam nerd.

Jack O’Malley

This is Andrea Giacomelli’s nickname for musical stuff.

Jack is one of the creators of the Metalliferous Hills Jug Band (i.e. Jug Band dalle Colline Metallifere project. This is an inter-generational and international collective based in Southern Tuscany, started in March 2017, as a development of multiple years of activity in outreach and community engagement initiatives. It is active in the production of events where live music and outreach on land an environmental issues are mixed in an educated way to provide a pleasant, entertaining, and instructive experience.

Since 2000 he has been dealing in a decreasingly casual way with music and rhymes, intertwined with his other activities.

Daniele Sanna

Historian and rock expert. We have been knowing each other since 1993, and started collaborating in 2001, when he helped me to create a database of the members of the Sardinian regional assembly for various geographic analyses. In other occasions I have also edited several maps based on data from several historic sources investigated by him.


Antonella Pocci

Antonella is an accountant and a social assistant. From 2003 to 2016 she was the manager for Bar Vineria la Combriccola in Torniella, where many of the pibinko.org project originated or often are in transit.

In addition to providing organizational support, she has been actively collaborating to the development of the Farma Valley Community Map. Namely, she has documented various traditional sayings from the Valley..

Contacts: antonella.pocci.piloni@gmail.com