Massimo Mastrorillo is a photographer born in Turin, who lives and works in Rome. He studied in Perugia and graduated fromat the European Institute of Design in Rome. Mastrorillo has mainly worked on long-term documentary photographic projects, reporting the severe aftermath of war and natural disasters and their repercussions on society. Among his main projects are “Mozambique, a nation of poverty and dreams”, “Indonesia: just another day”, “White murder”, “Bosnia and Herzegovina: if chaos awakens the madness”, “Life after zero hour”, and “Aliqual”.
His shots have been published in numerous national and international magazines, and he took part in many exhibits around the world. He won various prizes, such as the “World Press Photo”, the “Picture of the year international”, and the “Sony World Photography Awards”.
He is currently working on a new photographic project titled “Il mare siamo noi” (We are the sea), a project on the properties confiscated from the mafia.