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Massimiliano Clausi

Massimiliano Clausi

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Profession: Photojournalist
Location: Genoa , Italy
Home base: Genoa / Milan
URL: http://www.emmeclausi.it
URL: http://www.possephoto.com
Email: •••••••• (private)
Languages spoken: Italian, English.
Organization: Freelance
Skype: Emmeclausi emmeclausi
Mobile phone: •••••••• (private)
Blood type: 0+
Last login: over 1 year ago
Member since: 09 Jul 2006 15:07

About

Born in 1979 in Genoa, Italy, Massimiliano moved to Siena to attend the local University eventually graduating in Communication Science in 2004. Thanks to his studies he had the chance to understand the key role played by journalism in contemporary society as a tool essential for democracy and social developement. His degree final essay focused on the war representation through the winning photographs of the World Press Photo Award and has been published by the Italian Visual Journalists Association. In 2006 he devoted himself to photojournalism, attending the International Photojournalism course at the Danish School of Journalism in Aarhus, Denmark. The same year his reportage “Calais, the last dream” has been awarded the Canon Italia Young Photographers Prize.

Since then Massimiliano devoted himself to professional photography. He’s particularly concerned with humanitarian and social issues, his interesests brought him to Kosovo, Turkey, Romania, Belarus, Thailand, France, India. His works have been featured by “D la Repubblica delle Donne”, “L’Espresso”, “Himal South Asian”, “Courier International” and Action Aid International NGO.

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Publications

Massimiliano Clausi. Jeans Generation L'espresso , Apr 30 2009.
Massimiliano Clausi. pp. "pp. 46-48", Oct 16 2008. Au pays du socialisme laitier 02138 , pp. "pp. 46-48". Oct 16 2008.
Massimiliano Clausi. pp. "pp. 46-48", Oct 16 2008. Au pays du socialisme laitier Courrier International , pp. "pp. 46-48". Oct 16 2008.
Massimiliano Clausi. "Kawthoolei: The Karen's long wait" Himal Southasian , Aug 15 2008.
Massimiliano Clausi. pp. "pp. 100-107", May 29 2008. "Fuga nelle giungla" L'espresso , pp. "pp. 100-107". May 29 2008.
Massimiliano Clausi. pp. "pp. 50-51", Jan 20 2007. E' questo il nuovo mondo? D la Repubblica delle Donne , pp. "pp. 50-51". Jan 20 2007.

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Recent Post

NEW WORK: Oil exploitation of Ecuadorian Amazon

Even though it occupies just 0.15 percent of the entire Amazon region, the nearly 4000 sq. mile Yasuni National Park is one of the most biodiverse places on this planet. Roughly one-third of its amphibian, reptile, bird and mammal species thrive in it. Yasuni is also home of a small indigenous tribe, the Huaorani, who have been contacted only in the last 50 years.

Unfortunately this remnant of primeval life happens to lie on top of the last exploitable oil resources of the country. Under international pressure, President Rafael Correa has pledged to preserve Yasuni from destruction holding greedy oil companies out of its territory. In exchange Ecuador asks a compensation for the missed revenue. Should this unprecedented move be met with success, it would be the first time in human history that the international community gives up a primary, lucrative resource such as oil to preserve nature.

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12 Jul 2012 08:07 | 3 replies

Recent posts from Massimiliano Clausi's Personal Network

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New Work: Oil Exploitation Of Ecuadorian Amazon by Massimiliano Clausi almost 2 years ago by Massimiliano Clausi
Writing Story Proposals by Massimiliano Clausi over 2 years ago by Albertina D'Urso
The Homecoming A Multimedia Piece by Massimiliano Clausi about 3 years ago
Bitter Sweet Tea Drops by Massimiliano Clausi about 3 years ago
Shooting In Sri Lanka, Tamil Areas by Massimiliano Clausi over 4 years ago by Massimiliano Clausi
Looking For A Fixer In Bolivia by Massimiliano Clausi about 5 years ago

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