FRAMES Podcast with Giulio D’Ercole

On today’s episode of the FRAMES Photography Podcast W. Scott Olsen is talking to Giulio D’Ercole, Italian photographer, creator of an innovative, photography and multimedia global project on COVID-19, called “Our Home – A Shared New World”.

FRAMES Magazine is proudly partnering with Giulio D’Ercole and his small European team on this project as a facilitator of collecting and evaluating the incoming photographic submissions.

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Giulio D’Ercole was born in Rome, Italy, in 1961. He worked in Radio, Theatre, and Television in Italy and in New York. In 2002 he began working on documentaries on poverty, development, and the raising clash between societies, cultures, and religions. In 2003 he moved to Nairobi, where he founded Canvas Africa Productions, a company focusing on social issues through documentaries and photography projects for UN Agencies and NGOs. Through photography, he learned to look more deeply into human experiences, lives, and feelings.

His work was exhibited in Kenya, in Nigeria, at the Lagos Photo Festival, and in Italy at the Biennale di Venezia. He has been published by the New York Times Lens and some of his work has been bought by Alidem, a photography gallery in Milan.

In 2014 Giulio D’Ercole settled back in Rome, where he works as a professional photographer.

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Comments (2):

  1. Stéphane Du Mortier

    September 24, 2021 at 08:27

    Giulio is an extraordinary human being able in few seconds to create a mutual respect relationship between the subject and himself.
    This is obvious when you see his photos but I was privileged to be behind the scene with him in Kenya and will never forget him

    • Giulio

      September 28, 2021 at 21:20

      Dear Stéphane, working with you for ICRC in Uganda was an extraordinary experience. I thank you for your kind words. The friendship that began so many years ago, during that mission, is very dear to me.


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