Giacomo d'Orlando is an Italian documentary photographer currently based in New Zealand. He began to face the professional photography’s world when he was 21. After 4 years spent working in an advertising photographic studio in Verona (Italy), in 2015 he moved to Nepal where he started his career of freelance photographer. Between 2015 and 2017 he documented many issues such as the Earthquake in Kathmandu, the garbage disposal problem, the plague of the violence against the women. In 2017 he moved to Peru in order to keep documenting social issues like the wall of shame which separate the city of Lima, the organized "favela" of Villa El Salvador, the globalization process on an indigenous community of the Amazon forest and the famous Pilgrimage of Qoyllurit'i in the Andes. In 2018 he moved to Australia developing a project about the backpacker’s experience in the farm world and his first environmental reportage about the impact of the climate change on the Great Barrier Reef. The reportages of Giacomo d’Orlando has been published all over the world in many recognized magazine such as VSD, D la Repubblica, Vice, DestinAsian, Washington Post among the others, and awarded by some prestigious photo competitions such as PX3, IPA, TIFA.