Giacomo Sini born in Pisa, (Italy) in 1989. In 2014 he obtained a degree in social sciences at Pisa University.
Traveler, has passed through fifty countries photographing the social and political realities. Passionate about the Middle East and Central Asia, has photographed many times the reality of conflict in Lebanon and Kurdistan, focusing primarily on the struggles of the Kurdish population in the territories where it has established. He has lived in Istanbul for a month in 2014, carrying out a photographic project for the Netherlands Institute In Turkey about the gentrification of certain neighborhoods of the city. Giacomo participated at the master in “Contemporary photojournalism 2014-2015” at "Officine Fotografiche Roma" in Rome, where he was chosen to expose his reportage of Kobane and Kurdish refugees at the national exhibition of "Fotoleggendo 2015”. Since 2012 he collaborates with the independent newspaper of Livorno "Senza Soste" as a correspondent.. On winter 2015 collaborated with Wostok press. On April 2015 joined the “Oneshot image collective” as a photographer and started to collaborate with “Echo Photojournalism”. On October 2015 he won the first prize for the category "editorial-Conflict" at the "Moscow International Photo Award". His works have been published in L'express, Vice Media, Vice Magazine, Neon Magazine, nena News.
Today is living in Livorno, (Italy) but he sometimes moves to Turkey and Rome, (Italy).