Italian photographer Gabriele Orlini is enamored with visual storytelling from a humanistic perspective, including depicting its contradictions and "struggles of love with the world".
A professional freelance photographer, Gabriele prefers to combine documentary and art photography focusing on social, anthropological and humanitarian issues, while working mostly on assignments for international NGOs, including the Salvatorian Office for the International Aid.
Gabriele's work in Cameroon, Democratic Republic of Congo,Tanzania, Mozambique, Angola, India, Argentina, Venezuela and the Occupied Palestinian Territories has been recognized, published and exhibited both nationally and internationally.
In 2011, he received the prestigious Author of the Year FVG - FIAF award in Italy.
After traveling worldwide, Gabriele began a personal project inspired by argentinian author Jorge Luis Borges' poems in the Recoleta Cemetery in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Since, he has been documenting monumental cemeteries around the world.
During his journey, he produced Minimal Histories, a tale about a community of gauchos in Patagonia, the people on the promenade of Puerto Madryn, and En la ruta patagonica.
Gabriele is available for commissions and assignments worldwide.
Please contact him at gabriele (at) orlini.biz