Giulio Di Sturco (b.1979, Italy) is a visual artist based between London and Milan. He studied at the European Institute of Design and Visual Arts in Rome and then moved to India where he spent five years refining his visual vocabulary, working throughout much of Asia and Africa.
His awards include three World Press Photo prizes, the Sony Photography Awards, the British Journal of Photography International Awards, the Getty Editorial Grant and the Lens Culture Exposure Award, among many other accolades and recognitions. His Project "Aerotropolis" has been nominated for the Prix Pictet 2019.
Giulio is a regular contributor to a wealth of publications, including The New York Times, Vanity Fair, The Sunday Times Magazine, Geo, Wired and the Financial Times.
His work has been exhibited internationally and, in April 2019, he is releasing his first monograph, Ganga Ma.
Giulio continues to push the boundaries of documentary photography by constantly refining his aesthetic through new and old mediums. Much of his personal work focuses on human adversity in climates of environmental and technological evolution.