Massimo Berruti (1979) is documentary photographer, university lecturer and researcher collaborating with international media such as National the Geographic and the New York Times. As a documentary photographer, he is strongly involved in geopolitical and social dynamics, which he addresses through a deep humanist approach. Professional since 2005, he has been honoured with numerous international awards such as the W. Eugene Smith grant Fellowship, 2 WPP awards, the Carmignac Grant and a VISA D’Or award, among many others. His images have been exhibited at international festivals such as VISA POUR L’IMAGE, Le Rencontres d’Arles and PARIS PHOTO. His images are a permanent part of the Carmignac collection, the MAXXI museum in Rome and the Farnesina Collection. He is one of the Founding Members of MAPS collective, gathering world renowned artists and creatives looking to push the boundaries of storytelling.