Diego Zanetti photographer


Diego Zanetti has been dedicating to professional photography since 2003. He publishes in national and international reviews as Famiglia Cristiana, Jesus, Club 3, Avvenire, Luoghi dell’infinito, Geo Mondadori, Galatea (Switzerland) Pelerin (France), etc.. He collaborates with the Studium Biblicum Francescanum in Jerusalem by photographing the archaeological site of the Hellenistic-Roman city of Magdala on the Lake Tiberias (Israel). In 2007 he published the photographic volume "At the extreme borders" about an expedition in the forests of Papua New Guinea and created the documentary film "Water COL'OR", funded by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, about environment in Italy, Albania and Kenya. Both in 2008 and 2009 he worked on the publication of two books entitled "Living Stones" for the Custody of the Holy Land in Jerusalem. He won the third prize "A Better World" competition organized in collaboration with National Geographic Italy in 2008. He got the Sony Twilight Football award in September 2009 that brought him to Cornwall to test the new Exmor CMOS sensor of the Japanese company. He received two honourable mentions at the International Photographic Award in August 2009 in the category Bridges, with the series "The lazy creatures," about the Calatrava bridge in Venice, and Buildings, with the series "Not only fashion", about the Dome in Milan. He has recently published the book "Kenyaburundiisraelepalestina - Stories and faces of a unique soul" that OECD (Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development) based in Paris, referred as a "case of excellence" in Europe for the work of non-governmental organizations’ documentation and reporting.

Diego Zanetti