International photojournalism

Alessandro Gandolfi

Born in Parma in 1970, he started his career in photojournalism in 2001. His works have appeared in several Italian, as well as international, weekly and monthly magazines, such as National Geographic Italia, L'Espresso, La Repubblica delle Donne, Die Zeit, Mare, The Sunday Times Magazine, Le Monde, VSD. His pictures have been exhibited in the latest 3 shows organized in Rome by National Geographic (2009, 2010, 2011). A philosophy graduate, Alessandro attended th... view profile
Bruno Zanzottera

Born in Monza in 1957. Fascinated by Celtic culture, at the age of 17 he begins the first of many trips to the U.K. and Ireland from which, later, his first reportages will be published: Dublin seen through the stories of James Joyce and the Vikings of the Shetland Isles. At the end of 1979 he makes his first trip to Africa, leaving from France on an old Peugeot 404 which will take him across the Sahara down to the coasts of the Atlantic Ocean in the countries overloo... view profile
Davide Scagliola

Born in Turin in 1967. Straight after high school he starts writing music reviews and local news for various Italian newspapers before discovering photography and travelling the world. He becomes a professional journalist in 1989. At 20 he moves to Bangkok for a few months. He's been living and working also in London, Hong Kong and New York City. During the last 20 years he has contributed to several international magazines specialised in reportages. Up to now he has ... view profile
Sergio Ramazzotti

Born in Milano in 1965, he has written and photographed hundreds of stories for most of the leading magazines of the world. His photographs have been exhibited in several personal exhibitions in Italy and abroad. As a novelist, he published 'Vado verso il capo' (Feltrinelli 1996), 'Carne verde' (Feltrinelli 1999), 'La birra di Shaoshan' (Feltrinelli 2002), 'Liberi di morire' (Piemme 2003), 'Tre ore all'alba' (DeAgostini 2005) and 'Afrozapping' (Feltrinelli 2006). He ... view profile
Alessandro Vincenzi

Born in Bologna in 1973, Alessandro is a self-trained documentary photographer currently based in Barcelona. He started his career as a photographer at the end of 2008 after working for almost five years with Medecins Sans Frontieres as a biologist. Fascinated by the mystery of the world he has been documenting stories from almost all the 5 continents, before discovering a special interest for stories in Eastern Europe and Ex-Soviet Union countries. Photography for A... view profile
Francesco Alesi

Born in 1975 in Rome, where he is currently based. After working for three years and a half as a policeman, he leaves the uniform to enrol at "La Sapienza" University in Rome. He obtains a Master's degree in philosophy in 2006. In 2008 he graduates from the MA in photojournalism at the University of Westminster in London. In 2009 he starts his career as a photojournalist. His reportages have been published on the British Journal of Photography, National Geographic, The... view profile
Marika Puicher

Born in Pieve di Cadore (BL) in 1979, she starts her career studying reportage and visual communication in Milan. In 2009 she travels to Turkey where she makes a story about everyday life for Kurds in Istanbul. Right after she gets involved in documenting the Italian economic crisis, from the workers in Emilia Romagna and Sardinia to the drama of the Italian families who fight for their houses. In summer 2010 she moves to Bosnia, in the area of the Drina river, trying to ... view profile
Paulo Siqueira

Born in Brazil in 1978 and raised in a stimulating and free spirited environment. He has known Homer before Disney. He's been to the jungle, sailed great lakes, committed his sins and grew both inside and out. He is now about two meters tall, and has an aura that is level and pure. Versed in Heraclitus, Nietzsche, as well as in four languages. He has travelled, never been condemned. He's already been to the other side of the world, lived in the mountains, and has been... view profile
Simone Cerio

Born in 1983 in Pescara, where he currently lives. He got into photography for pure fun in 2007. Right after he decided that photojournalism was the best way to communicate with and about the outside world. In 2009 Simone released a long-term project named "Me Fal" the real story of the Albanian families segregated because of the Kanun code, the bloody Albanian set of rules which resembles the Italian vendetta. He contributes with several Italian and international magazin... view profile
Susetta Bozzi

Born in 1953. After living in India for a decade, she moved to Beijing with her journalist husband in 2003. She worked for many years as a graphic designer and turned to photography after moving to China. She is self taught apart from attending a few workshops (among others: David Alan Harvey and James Nachtwey in Bangkok, in 2007). Her pictures were published on Abitare China, Capital, Elle, Esquire, Io Donna, L'Espresso, La Repubblica, The New York Times, South Chi... view profile
International photojournalism