Alessandro Rinaldi, photographer, traveler, expert on anthropological reportage, photography teacher at the Skua Masterclass International Photo Academy of Skua Nature Group (www.skuamasterclass.com).
Collaborator of the Iago Corazza School and Workshop, www.iago.com. Member of the editorial staff of Skua Magazine. With the publisher White Star he published the photographic book “Ethiopia, a journey between rituals and ancient rites” in 2021.
Since 2021 he has been the photographer of "Una Boccata d'arte", a project conceived by the Elpis Foundation in collaboration with Galleria Continua, which promotes the works of 20 artists, in 20 villages in 20 Italian regions.
In 2018 he published four interesting photographic essays, with texts written by the journalist Marta Martina, on “Zoom on Fashion trends”, an important fashion trend magazine distributed all over the world.
He collaborated with the photographer Iago Corazza on the creation of two important photographic books "Khajuraho, Indian temples and sensual sculptures", published in 2017, and "Ellora, Buddhist, Hindu and Jain shrines", published in 2020, both commissioned by Gilles Beguin and published by Christophe Hioco and Luca Poggi.
In 2012 he made an engaging photographic reportage on the earthquake in Emilia Romagna, Italy, dedicated to the populations affected by the tremor, published in "L'Indicatore", the periodical of the Municipality of Mirandola.
Alessandro presents multimedia video projections of travel reportages made around the world including: A country in motion - Vietnam, Agua, hielo y fuego - Argentina, Borderlands - Bolivia, Magic India - India, Infinite Lands - Argentina and Chile, Viva Colombia - Colombia, Myanmar and its hidden treasures - Myanmar, Clouds and smiles - Thailand, The mother road - Route 66 USA, A country with a thousand faces - Indonesia, Ethiopia, a journey through rituals and ancient rites - Ethiopia, Beyond Iran - Iran.
On the website www.alessandrorinaldi.it, he publishes various anthropological reportages made while traveling.