Bruno D’Amicis

A nature enthusiast since he was a child and with a bachelor’s dregree in biology, Bruno D’Amicis became a full-time nature photographer in 2004 with an emphasis on the conservation of natural habitats and biodiversity. His work has appeared in National Geographic, GEO, BBC Wildlife, and many others, and he has won numerous awards, including first prizes at the World Press Photo 2014, Photographer of the Year 2014, and GDT - Fritz Pölking Prize in 2015. He lives in Italy’s Abruzzi Mountains.

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