Stefano Morelli (1979), italian photographer (ODG of Tuscany, No. 113686), based in Tuscany.
I am graduated in Psychology and specialized in Visual Anthropology.
I regularly publish academic essays and photographic research in collaboration with the Chair of Visual Anthropology of University of Florence (among the others: Didattica della Visualità, Bonanno Editore, 2009; La struttura strappata, Bonanno Editore, 2011; Con gli occhi di Giano, Bonanno Editore, 2014).
I am deeply involved to tell the social aspects less known of daily life, and my personal projects are been published on Italian magazines such as National Geographic Italia, Panorama and others.
Currently I am collaborating with NGOs and with the Chair of Visual Anthropology, University of Florence.
Bassa Modenese, Italy, 2012. Emilia-Romagna is one of the most industrialized regions in Italy. It is proud of being an excellence in the world in the production of Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese, balsamic vinegar and products of the bio-medical field. The earthquake of May / June 2012 destroyed many industries putting down the entire economy. The quake caused 27 victims, mostly employees of destroyed factories, and about 12 billion of damage.