Diego is responsible of projects for BURN magazine and @BurnDiary. Beside the online version, he is the photo editor of the printed magazine as well as books, exhibitions and Emerging Photographer Grant. As an independent photo editor he has curated several book productions (Tell It Like it Is and (based on a true story) by David Alan Harvey, Sirmione by Paolo Pellegrin, Mono No Aware by Anton Kusters, InstrumentHeadby Michael Weintrob, Mesquite by Mike Loyd Young and the recent catalogs of the exhibits Donne di Picasso by Cristina Vatielli and the book Kilombo by Maria Daniel Balcazar, released at Miami Photo Fest in february 2019.
Orlando has curated the BURN 02 exhibit during HeadOn Festival in Sidney 2012; ODO Yakuza by Anton Kusters (Genk, Aalts, Roma, Montpellier, Liege, Hong Kong, Barcelona); of BailBond by Clara Vanucci in 2015 (Rome, Florence and Milano-Opera), Tell It Like It Is by David Alan Harvey (Charlostville – VA, Rome for Fotoleggendo), Istinctual by Tamara Dean for Fotoleggendo 2017), The Social Stage by Laura Morton (UWF 2018). Together with Fabio Balan has founded and directed Winephoto International Award.
Diego has collaborated for many years with TPW – Toscana Photographic Workshop. In 2016, he worked as photo editor of the Benetton magazine-catalogue Clothes For Humans.
The role of BurnMagazine photo editor gives him the opportunity to be constantly invited at international festivals for talks, seminars, workshop, portfolio reviews, among them Doha for Al-Jazeera Media and Training Center, New York, Photo Espana, Voies Off in Arles, Umbria World Fest, Photo Vogue Festival and Fotoleggendo.
Having previously studied Forestry, he is still collaborating on projects about daily life, degrowth and third landscape.
Diego lives in the countryside between Venice and Treviso
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