In partnership with the International Festival of Journalism “Visa pour l’Image-Perpignan”, the Yves Rocher Foundation decided to create the Yves Rocher Foundation Photography Award.
The Yves Rocher Foundation Photography Award is presented to a professional photographer who wishes to engage in journalistic work on environmental issues, relations between humanity and the planet, or key issues in sustainable development.
The €8,000 Award is funded by the Yves Rocher Foundation. It will be presented every year as part of the “Visa pour l’Image Festival” in the month of September.
To complete your application, you need to:
All of these documents shall be sent by FTP. To receive login information, click here. When naming your application, please use the following format: Surname_First name.
Marco Zorzanello was born in Vicenza in December 1979 and graduated from the Faculty of
Humanities of the University Ca’ Foscari of Venice, specializing at John Kaverdash Institute of
Milan in reportage photography.
He can claim some publications with Time Magazine, Sunday Times Magazine, Le Monde, La
Stampa, Io Donna, La Repubblica, SportWeek, 6Mois, De Morgen, Mary Claire and other Italian
and foreign magazines. As a photographer of architecture, he worked with the magazines
Domus, Casabella and The Plan.
Some of his photos have been shortlisted in different awards and festival, as Kolga Festival in
Tibilisi, the capitol of Gerogia, the International Contest of Photography of the Alliance Française
Madrid and EFTI 2017, the Photogrvphy Magazine & Grant 2017 and the Italian Ponchielli award
2017. In 2017 his work SNOW-LAND has been screened during the annual
VISA pour l’Image in Perpignan.
From 2015 he is working deeply on environment topics related to the Climate Change.