Alessandro Scarabelli is a Freelance photographer Born on November 17, 1957 in Bologna Italy, and have been taking photographs when was 18. Is a freelance photographer, which is his passion, but Practice Manager in Quality, Safety & Environment during the day.
He lives in Italy, although consider a citizen of the world and found personal expression taking reportage photos around the world, exploring the country with his camera.
He like travel the world. Is been to many countries… Italy of course, Great Britain, France, Spain, Portugal, Switzerland, Austria, Germany, Holland, Greece, Slovenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Serbia, Kosovo, Montenegro, Macedonia, Turkey, Tunisia, Egypt, Tanzania, Zanzibar, Namibia, Jordan, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Borneo, Brunei, Ladakh, Kashmir, Ethiopia, Perù, Indonesia, Sulawesy and India.
Is a supporter of Survival International and Save the Children. Focus on looking for simple and special life conditions that can still be found around the earth. Such as Bushmen in Namibia, Iban people in Borneo Rainforest, Orang Asli in Taman Negara Malaysia Rainforest, the Akha, Yao, Karen in North Thailand, the Bedouins in Jordan, Toraja in Sulawesy, Matsés in Amazonas Perù Rainforest, Changpa in Tibet. These people, and especially the tribes in the Valley of the Omo River in Ethiopia have caught his eye because they still are at the mercy of unsustainable development, which will force them to emigrate from their land and in the end disappear.
Some of his photos were published on the National Geographic web site like photo of the day end daily dozen, Glimpsezine Magazine and finalist on Siena International Photography Awards.