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Born in Rome in December 1974, he graduated in Biological Sciences with 110 cum laude.

He lives for 3 years in Piedmont to study a pack of wolves in the Cuneo Alps where he takes care of the research activity and the photographic archive of the project.

Later he worked as a professional photographer specializing in social and environmental reportage and photographic services for cooperation.

In 2008 he published the photographic book "Ladakh: between past and present" Coniglio Editore and collaborates in a project of UNDP in the island of San Nicolao in Capoverde (Africa).

In 2009 he traveled to Cuba and made naturalistic photography shots for the Guanacahabibes Biosphere Reserve.

In 2010 he worked for the Ghana Tourist Board in the development of a book and made various reports in the area.

In 2011 he published a book commissioned by UNILEVER "traditions, taste, passion" Silvana Editoriale.

He has been working as a videomaker for 6 years and he makes promotional films and documentaries for the third sector.

In 2011 he made a film in the Palestinian refugee camps in Lebanon on a project directed and funded by CTM onlus

In 2013 he worked on a documentary for the ACRA Foundation on the disposal of plastic waste in the Ecuadorian Amazon

In 2015 he made the documentary for ASL Rome c "Crazy For Africa".

His works suggest continuous research aimed at documenting social realities on two levels: different and often contrasting.

From May 2015 he obtains the ENAC certification as a Drone operator for aerial photography.

Tommaso Galli

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