Luca Locatelli is an Italian visual story teller, focused on photography and multimedia contents.
His work focuses on the interactions between culture, science and the environment, and revolves
around the “making” of the future and the role that sustainable technologies play in it.
As part of his practice, Locatelli often collaborates with journalists, researchers and specialists in
order to further contextualise and enrich his visual research.
Luca is a National Geographic Magazine photographer and frequently contributes to The New
York Times Magazine, Time, The New Yorker, Bloomberg Businessweek, Wired, Smithsonian,
Stern, Geo France, Geo Germany and Sunday Times Magazine among others.
His works have been exhibited extensively around the world and awarded by international prizes
such as the Aftermath Grant 2014, Nannen Prize 2017, World Press Photo Award 2018 –
Environment and World Photography Organization 2018 – Landscape
Luca Locatelli from Italy won the 1st Prize for Environment Story in 2020 Word Press Photo Contest with the images taken on GFX100.
Fujifilm recently had an opportunity to interview Luca and asked about the winning images and his use of GFX Series gears.