Fulvio Biancifiori was born in Italy. He is a freelance ethno-photographer and produces travel photo-reportages. As an artist he has a background in fine and graphic arts and printmaking techniques. Photography first caught his attention in the early seventies, when he turned his creative strength to B.&W photo-techniques. In 1984 he started a long professional collaboration with United Nations Agencies as field technical advisor in the fields of agriculture, and his job has taken him to the most secluded areas of Asia, Africa, Middle East and Latin America. Since then, he focuses his attention on man in his environment, with special attention on vanishing cultures and civilizations. He keeps exploring people in far and forgotten or unknown places with an ability to capture and emphasize the unusual, representing and dignifying through his images the simplest and most forgotten people in their true surroundings and daily chore. Every single finished photograph is more a result of his unique sensitivity and artistic creativity than of technical skill. He collaborated with University of Venice on anthropological studies carried out on tribal groups of Orissa, India. He currently lives in Buenos Aires and Milan as …“the only way you can change things is by actually shifting your life utterly and totally to a different hemisphere"