Kelsey Fisher

I originally wanted to come to Urbino to improve my photography and videography skills, but I gained so much more than that. I was able to immerse myself into the culture and develop friendships with the locals, the interpreters, and the other students that I hope to have for the rest of my life.

Stories by Kelsey Fisher

  • Leaning against the door frame of the Bar del Teatro, his reading glasses resting on his head, Carlo Marchionni takes a drag of the Marlboro Red between his thin lips, and stares at the idyllic view before him. “What is a typical day for a restaurant? For a bar? Waiting, looking at the landscape, waiting for the customers to sit,” Marchionni, 58, said through an interpreter. “Every day is different. Every day is the same.”

    Cappuccino with a View

    By Kelsey Fisher
    Leaning against the door frame of the Bar del Teatro, his reading glasses resting on his head, Carlo Marchionni takes a drag of the Marlboro Red between his thin lips, and stares at the idyllic view before him. “What is a typical day for a restaurant? For a bar? Waiting, looking at the landscape, waiting for the customers to sit,” Marchionni, 58, said through an interpreter. “Every day is different. Every day is the same.”

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