Diego Ferrari is an artist and photographer based in London. His recent photographic work interrogates the relationship between social values and public spaces, with a particular interest in the relationship between the body and its environment. His work has been widely exhibited with shows in London, Berlin, Barcelona, Budapest and in China. Recent shows include ‘Urban Habitats: A Co-Existence of the Senses’, exhibited at Milan International Photography Art Fair (MIA), Italy. He studied Fine Art in Barcelona, then did a BA in Fine Art at Goldsmith’s College, University of London and an MA in Art and Architecture at the University of Canterbury. He teaches the course “Photography, Art and Architecture” at Central Saint Martins and is a lecturer on the BA in Photography at Kingston University, London, and also lectures on the MA in Photography and Urban Cultures at Goldsmith’s College. Since 2012 he has been co-programmer for the annual Urban Encounters photography at the Tate Britain.