Wiktoria Wojciechowska (Lublin, Poland, 1991) is a graduate of the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw.
JH Engström (Karlstad, 1969) started his photographic career as assistant of Mario Testino and Anders Petersen.
Alice Smeets defines herself “photographer. Journalist. Filmmaker. Artist. Project Manager. Teacher. Student. Weddingphotojournalist. Traveler.”
Maria Carolina Sandretto is an Italian photographer based in New York City. With a background in both non-profit organization and documentary photography, Sandretto uses the photographic medium to create social change.
Pablo Ernesto Piovano (Buenos Aires, 1981) is a photojournalist based in Buenos Aires, Argentina. He was trained from a young age by his photojournalist father.
Rony Zakaria (Jakarta, Indonesia, 1984) holds a degree in Mathematics and Computer Science. He started his career as a photographer after graduation. He learned photojournalism at ANTARA Gallery of Photojournalism in Jakarta.
Anna Maria Germontani (Milan, 1935) attended the High School and graduated in Nuclear Engineering at the polytechnic university in Milan. She started taking photographs in her early twenties, inspired by association with his cousin Luigi Crocenzi.
Joana Choumali (Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire, 1974) is a freelance photographer. In her most recent works she has explored complex issues like femininity, beauty and the representation of the body in contemporary African society.
Photographer researcher as he defines himself, Toni Meneguzzo (Portogruaro, 1949) began his career in the Seventies. His work is immediately characterized for a continuous research (and exploration) of the photographic medium and its technique.
Nicoló Degiorgis (Bolzano, 1985) is a photographer trained in documentary tradition. His primary motivation is to observe how marginalised and minority communities carve out a sustainable environment for themselves.