Giulio Paletta ( Milan, Italy, 1984)
Italian documentary photographer.
He has traveled to more than 120 countries around the world documenting important social issues such as mental diseases, religious persecution, human rights, immigration and domestic violence.
Master degree in Photojournalism at Westminster University, London, UK.
BA degree in journalism in Milan, Italy.
One of his main focus is describing how persecuted Christian communities struggle to survive as a minority in different countries, in particular in the Middle-East and in South Asia.
In 2014 He completed his personal project "FRONTEIRAS: Crossing Brazilian borders", a two years and 15.000 km trip along all the Brazilian borders to show the life and challenges of people living in these regions.
Giulio collaborates with different NGO's and human rights associations around the world.
Currently based in São Paulo, Brazil.
Publications and clients:
National Geographic, The Guardian, Le Monde, XL Semanal, Huck, Panorama, OGGI, Internazionale, GEO, Gioia, Amnesty International, FAO, Hardcore, Canal GNT, Go Outside, Claudia, Planeta, Horizonte Geografico, Jesus, 8 1/2, Popoli, Credere, Correio Popular, Metropole, Le Choc du mois, Israel My Glory, Christianophobia, Interia, Le Journal de la photographie, Soren Christensen Gallery, The Baptist Times, The Church Times, The Turkish Times, PAEZ shoes, Medium, Il Giornale, Life Style Magazine, Viaggiando, Camera di Commercio di Piacenza