Visiting Professor - Emanuele Satolli

Emanuele Satolli

Born 1979 in Fabriano, Emanuele Satolli has specialized in photojournalism, after he earned a Master in Journalism from the University of Turin.
A frequent contributor to TIME Magazine, Emanuele works extensively in the Middle East where he has photographed such pivotal events as the battle to free the Iraqi city of Mosul from ISIS and the fall of the Islamic State in the Syrian stronghold of Raqqa.
In 2018, Satolli documented the protests in Gaza as the US moved its embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.
His base in between Milan and Istanbul, a city that provides him with ready access to the Middle East and a view of the social, economic, and political tensions in Turkey. Currently, he is documenting these tensions, which extend from radical politics to revolutionary turmoil to the attempted integration of Syrian refugees living throughout the country.