Nuno Perestrelo (b. 1988) is a freelance photographer based in Madrid, Spain. He was born and raised in Portugal and has wide international experience.
Educated in Communication and Journalism, with a bachelor’s degree in Communication Studies and an international Master of Arts in Photojournalism, he has lived and studied in Portugal, Spain and Sweden.
He first started out as a journalist, writing for local and national media, and then from 2010 he devoted himself exclusively to photography.
His photographs have been exhibited and published in Sweden and Portugal.
In is personal projects as a photographer Nuno is especially interested in the existential and unconditional relationship between man and nature. He also wants to reflect about the complexity and intersections between the different times of history in our daily lives. In other words, the repercussions or how much our present is still affected by the past events in ways we don’t even realise sometimes.
Other than that, he’s versatile and always open for new challenges and ideas, whatever they are or wherever they come from. So please feel free to contact and have a talk.
He is available for doing institutional, commercial and/or corporate work for organisations, companies and events.
2016 - Photographic Social Vision (ES) Grant, 2015 - Sony World Photography Awards | Mobile Phone
- Audio capture
- Video capture
- Video editing
Surviving the Road of Death
Reportage on the aftermath of the big forest fires in Pedrógão Grande area (Portugal) that left 64 dead behind and over 30000 hectare burned in less than a week.
Published in the Catalan newspaper ARA, in June 2017. Written story by Mariona Ferrer Fornells
Home is Becoming a Hole
Multimedia story about the process of moving of the city of Kiruna, in the Swedish polar circle, where one of the most important iron ore mines in the world is slowly swallowing the major part of an entire city created because of the mine but which has to move in order to avoid collapse.