Alessandro Falco, 1986, Italy, is a documentary photographer whose research focuses primarily on the evolution of modern societies through the documentation of youth cultures.
He started with fine-art photography in 2012, shortly after being graduated as Fish Pathologist.
Since 2014 Falco is mentored by the acclaimed war photographer Fabio Bucciarelli, starting a documentation of humanitarian crisis in Brazil, Venezuela, Greece and Central Europe.
In 2016 his reportage on a severe drought in Brazilian North East was exhibited by United Nations at the 1st World Humanitarian Summit.
Alessandro is actually based between Pescara, Italy, and Rio de Janeiro.