Marco Zorzanello is a documentary photographer born in Vicenza in 1979. After a degree in Archeology at the Cà Foscari University of Venice and some years of field work as an archaeologist, he dedicated himself to the study of reportage photography with a diploma from the John Kaverdash Institute in Milan and a specialization course promoted and organized by the MoMA of New York.
Since the end of 2015 he has directed his photographic investigation to the theme of climate change, in particular its effects on the tourism industry. With the long-term project “Tourism in the climate change era” he has collaborated with all the main magazines of the Italian publishing scene and obtained many international reconizations, publishing with major global media, such as Time, National Geographic, New York Time, Newsweek Japan and many others.
This work has been awarded by the ’Yves Rocher Photography Awards and by the 6mois prize pour photojournalisme, as well as exhibited in some of the main photographic festivals on the European scene.
Since 2020 he has been collaborating with the Ministry of Cultural Heritage and the MuFoCo for the creation of the 1900s Italian Atlas of Architecture.