Giacomo d'Orlando (1990) is a self-taught documentary photographer born and currently based in Italy.
He moved his first steps in the photography industry in 2011, working as advertising photographer in a renowned studio in his born town, Verona.
After four years of experience, collaborating mainly with International brands in the food and interior design branch, he decided to change path following his greatest passion, the photojournalism.
From 2015 to 2017 he moved in Nepal, in the first instance, and later in Peru collaborating with different NGO and covering social issues such as the plague of violence on women and the deep inequalities in the Peruvian society.
From 2018 to 2020 he lived in Australia and then in New Zealand working on environmental issues related to climate change.
Since the beginning of his career in the photojournalism world, his works has been published by The Washington Post, Der Spiegel, D-La Repubblica, GEO France, Mare Magazin, El Paìs, Vice, VSD among the others.
Today d'Orlando's commitment is focus on environmental studies related to how climate change is shaping our planet and how mankind is reacting to these increasing challenges. His aim is to show through documentary photography how these environmental changes are affecting our life, with a special focus on the resilience of human being.