Bio Alessandro Vincenzi
Alessandro is an independent photographer specialized in documentary photography and cross-linked to social issues in various sectors. His career as a photographer started at the end of 2008 after working for almost five years with Medecins Sans Frontieres as a biologist.
Alessandro prefers to work on long-term projects, which are conducted through collaborations with organizations such as the Hospital del Mar for conducting a study on obesity and library Kowasa for the distribution of a book on motherhood. Photography for Alessandro is the link between those who have a story to tell and those willing to hear it. What he most enjoys about his work is the interaction with people and the countless stories that he comes across.
His Weird Animals focused on recycling has been selected under the DocField 2015 Barcelona Festival of Documentary Photography and Angkor Photo Festival.
Alessandro has been collaborating with magazines such as Le Monde, CNN, Ojo de Pez, MarieClaire, Vanity Fair, GEO Magazine, D della Repubblica, Le Nouvelle Observateur, Revue XXI, Private, The Magazine of La Vanguardia, SDZ, Gioia, Vision Magazine.
Bio Marco Ansaloni
Marco is a photographer collaborating with groups of professional media, magazines and international foundations for the development of projects related to history and culture.
His collaborations include National Geographic, Geo Magazine Mondadori Group, RCS, Gruppo Espresso, El Periódico de Catalonia, Yo Dona, Interviú, MO Magazine, Focus, Archaeology Magazine.
He received several awards for his photographic projects, including Pascal Decrooos Foundation Fellowship for Investigative Journalism in Brussels for the project Living on the Edge, in collaboration with ICIP ( the International Catalan Institute for Peace in Barcelona).
The project was selected for DocField 2013 Festival of Documentary Photography in Barcelona.
His latest projects are: The Vatican Secret Archives, the Domus Aurea project and Imago, the journey of the Holy Shroud of Turin.