Uccello is an Italian American born and raised in New York. He began his extensive art education with an undergraduate degree from Wagner College. He then continued to study art at Pratt Institute, The Art Students League of New York, Columbia University and Parsons The New School for Design. He has also done independent studies in Florence, Italy. This is Uccello’s first New York exhibition but his work has previously been shown in Miami, Florida. The Italian translation for Uccello is a bird nowhere to be found. Fittingly, Uccello relishes the idea of keeping his identity hidden therefore allowing his work to speak for itself. His only wish for his viewer is that the message of his work remains relative.