Bruno was born in Rome in 1979. He now lives and works in the shadow of the mountains of Abruzzo in Central Italy but often travels abroad for his projects. He has a M.Sc degree in Biology and has been a professional photojournalist since 2004, with a strong interest in the themes of conservation of natural environments and biodiversity.
His work has been published worldwide. Awards which stand out are the first prize of the World Press Photo 2014 and the Wildlife Photographer of the Year. His images have been published on magazines like National Geographic Magazine, GEO and BBC Wildlife.
Bruno regularly works with National Park authorities and conservation NGOs; TV companies in Italy and abroad and has been often invited as a speaker to prestigious events across Europe. A honorary member of the AFNI (Italian Nature Photographers’ Association), he mainly deals with multimedia projects of photography, disclosure and conservation in various countries of the world and in his beloved Apennines. His projects include “L’Altro Versante”, entirely dedicated to the mountainous landscapes of Italy, and “Forest Beat”, focused on the ancient Apennine beech forests. Bruno is also author of six books, among which the highly acclaimed “Time for Wolves”, which brings together the best of his work on Italy’s wild wolves.