Social documentary, news, anthropology, instinctive and narrative photography and cinematography
Antonio Denti is an award-winning news cameraman, in love with still photography. Born in Catania (Sicily) in 1972, he graduated as a social anthropologist at the University of London ( Goldsmiths' College and SOAS - School of Oriental and African Studies - ) but became a cameraman. He has been working for Reuters since 1998. He covered conflict and change in Kosovo (1999, 2001, 2008), Afghanistan (2001), Iraq (2003), Israel (2005 - 2006), Gaza (2005), Lebanon (2006), Tunisia (2011), the death of Pope John Paul II, the election of Pope Benedict XVI, his resignations and the election of Pope Francis, the Tsunami of 2004 in Banda Aceh, Indonesia, eruptions of mount Etna, earthquakes in central and northern Italy, the migrant crises in the Mediterranean (2006, 2011, 2015-2019) and in the Balkans (2015), the crisis around Catalonia's bid for independence (2017), the Covid-19 pandemics (2020), Pope Francis' pilgrimage to Iraq (2021). In 2018, he won the RTS (Royal Television Society) Journalism Award for Camera Operator of the Year. In 2019, he won the ''Maria Grazia Cutuli'' international journalism award (national section).