Emiliano Capozoli is a documentary photographer born and based in  Sao Paulo, Brazil.  He studied journalism in Brazil and cinema for an year at Sorbonne University, Paris. In 2011 he completed his MA in Photojournalism and Documentary Photography at London College of Communication.

He works across Europe as a correspondent for the Brazilian press.

Capozoli has exhibited his work in Brazil, England and France.

NOMINATIONS AND AWARDS

Winner of the "Prêmio Abril de Jornalismo" category "Best Reportage 2013", São Paulo, Brazil.

Selected at the "Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management, environmental photographer of the year", 2013, London, UK.

EXHIBITIONS

CIWEM's Environmental Photographer of the Year at Royal Geographical Society and Grizedale Forest Visitor Centre, London and Cumbria, UK, 2013

Collective exhibition at London College of Communication, London, UK, 2011 

Invited to "Utopian Festival" exhibition, London, UK, 2011

Individual exhibition:  “Prestes Maia, 911”, while the “Brazilian Documentary Film Festival”, Paris, France, 2008

Individual exhibition: “Child and Life, contributions from the Bank of Brazil Foundation for the treatment of childhood cancer”, São Paulo, Brazil, 2006

Collective exhibition: “S. Paulo, photojournalism, retrospective 2004”, São Paulo, Brazil, 2005

Individual exhibition: “Child and Life, contributions from the Bank of Brazil Foundation for the treatment of childhood cancer” , São Paulo, Brazil, 2006

Collective exhibition: “S. Paulo, photojournalism, retrospective 2004”, São Paulo, Brazil, 2005

 

BOOKS

CIWEM's Environmental Photographer of the Year Catalogue, London, UK, 2013

Work on the completion of journalism’s university. “Prestes Maia, 911". A book about the largest “favela” vertical in South America, São Paulo, Brazil, 2006

“Child and Life, contributions from the Bank of Brazil Foundation for the treatment of childhood cancer”, São Paulo, Brazil, 2006

Photo selected for a book about the retrospective of photojournalism in 2004 in S. Paulo, Brazil. “S. Paulo, photojournalism, retrospective, 2004”, São Paulo, Brazil, 2004