Michele Crameri is a self-taught Swiss / Italian photographer who focuses on personal projects and deals with documentary photography.
After studying graphic-design and marketing, he worked for a few years in advertising.
In 2006, Michele decides to start a new path as a photographer, he also started in field of fashion.
Therefore, he approaches journalistic photography by documenting the Arab Spring, since then he has always paid particular attention to the political and anthropological issues of countries in crisis. He has embarked on a freelance career to focus on a combination of long-term personal projects and client assignments.
Since 2015 he has been working on a visual project on the figure of the Sicario "paid killer" in Honduras, exploring the notion of that "profession" that traces the boundaries of the crudest border of the negligence of human rights in the country.
His photographs have been exhibited in Italy, Poland, Malta and the United States.