Santa Maria Capua Vetere, CE, Italia
Marco Casino is a multimedia & documentary photographer specialized in long form social reportages.
Before Post-Internet Era, He covered stories across Europe and Africa, receiving awards and grants like the 1° place in the 2014 World Press Photo, short feature multimedia category, two times nominated both for the 30 under 30 by Magnum Photos and the Joop Swart Masterclass. His works have been published on leading news outlets for clients like National Geographic, BBC, CNN, The New York Times, The Guardian, Internazionale, L’ Espresso, Il Sole 24 Ore, among the others and exhibited in famous photo festivals and museums around the world.
Casino also works on commercial projects, cooperating with international companies, luxury brands and agencies worldwide, providing high quality contents and always exploring innovative visual languages with new technologies.
2017 Internazionale, IT
2017 D di Repubblica, IT
2017 The Guardian, UK
￼￼￼￼￼￼2014-5 National Geographic Proof, USA
2014 Time Lightbox, USA
2014 Wired, USA
2015 Internazionale, IT
2014 New York Times Lens, USA
2014 CNN Photos, USA
2014 Tages Anzeiger, Ch
2013 IL Magazine, Il Sole 24 Ore, IT
2015 PENNY PENNY, Manuel Rivera-Ortiz Foundation, Les Rencontres d’ Arles, FR.
2015 BORN FREE, Lagos Photo festival, off circuit, Lagos, NG.
2015 BORN FREE, Leica Galerie Milan, Milan, IT.
2014 STAFF RIDING World Press Photo 2014 exhibition, Pulitzer Hall, Brown Institute for Media Innovation. NYC, USA.
2014 STAFF RIDING 157th International Print Exhibition, Royal Albert Hall, London, UK.
2014 STAFF RIDING Cortona On The Move Festival, off circuit. Cortona, IT.
2015 - 30under30 by Magnum Photos, 2015 - PDN Photo Annual Award in documetary category, 2014 - 30under30by Magnum Photos, 2014 - PDN Photo Annual Award in video category, 2014 - Lucie Foundation Emerging Scholarship, 2014 - World Press Photo Multimedia Contest, 2012 - Leica Talent 24x36
- RC aerial
- Video capture
- Video editing
New project with photographer Pietro Baroni, showing in Milano at night, before and after the hard lockdown, biological stains like saliva and blood on daily life objects and public places. At nighttime we’re using a professional multi-spectrum light system that allows the camera to “see” at different colored wavelengths (320-700 nm) strains and objects/liquids containing phosphors. We can’t know if the objects and the places in the pictures were infected by coronavirus. This series is not meant to be scientific, but to create a visual representation of what the world now fear the most, an invisible enemy.
Regi Lagni canals intoxication AR in-depth
FRONT: Satellite image of ponds poisoned by the Casalesi with over 5,000 containers of industrial waste toxic liquids buried in this area near Villaggio Coppola; (archive: Enea) chemical analysis chart of the northern canals; (archive: Enea) intoxicated death buffaloes left to rot near or inside the canals. Buffaloes are typical of this area and thanks to their milk the original Mozzarella cheese is produced.
BACK: Thousands merged satellite images of the Regi Lagni canal system and its ramifications. The final image is almost 230k Megapixel. This images will be used for an Augmented Reality in-depth, with an interactive video-flight and details on the history of critic areas -years 2002-2018- where the impact of the Camorra, through fires, spills and landfills of toxic waste is visible from the sky.