Photojournalist based in Brasília, Daniel Marenco has worked at four newspapers. In 2015 he was nominated for Esso, the main Brazilian journalism award, with two works. The photo ”Earthquake in Kathmandu” shows a funeral ceremony in Nepal and was published in Folha de S. Paulo newspaper, company in which he worked for five years. “Marked with iron and fire” is a portrait of a man tortured by police in Rio. The photo was published in O Globo, where Marenco started to work in 2015. In 2009, the photojournalist was indicated for the same award, because of a series of photos of the Central Prison of Porto Alegre. He was in the essay category in the 7th Leica Photography Best Cultural Contest (2009). In 2014, with the essay “El Gaucho”, he was a finalist at the Roberto Villagraz scholarship in Madrid, and with an essay on the demonstrations in June 2013, a finalist for the Conrado Wessel Foundation Art Award. In 2018, Daniel Marenco maked his debut in documentaries with “Contramaré”.