Nicola Vigilanti is an italian photographer born in 1977 in Bari.
He is currently based in Lyon, France, and he focuses on storytelling, documentaries and corporate photography.
He has a political science and multimedia communication background and he has spent the last 14 years working for international organisations, photo agencies and private companies as a photographer and communication specialist.
He has collaborated with Doctors Without Borders (MSF), the International Organisation for Migration (IOM), several private companies (in the field of corporate communication) and he is a member photographer of the photo agencies Gamma, based in Paris and Getty Images, based in Seattle.
His photos on child labor exploitation have been exposed at the International Festival of Photojournalism, VISA pour l'Image (2011), in Perpignan by the "Association Nationale des Iconographe" (ANI) and his work on Indian nomadic people has been published on Geo Magazine.
His documentary on human trafficking in Central America (produced for INTERPOL) has also been published by global media, such as "Le Figaro", "Al Jazeera", Euronews" and "BBC".
His passion for travels, different cultures, photography and multimedia leads him to be constantly open-minded towards new challenges and innovations and to be continuosly updated in the multimedia and communication fields.