David Brunetti is a London based photojournalist working worldwide, specialising in editorial, portraiture and in-depth documentary photography.
David’s personal projects are visual narratives, gathered over extended periods of time, which confront issues of human rights, migration, refugees, conflict and identity. With a particular interest in humanitarian issues affecting identity in (post) conflict situations, David aims to capture images that will influence, leave lasting impressions, move and inspire.
David’s photography has featured in a variety of publications including ROOF, The Guardian and Wall Street Journal. Recognition of his work has culminated in a number of photography awards, including Fujifilm Distinctions Awards, Foto8 Summershow, Portrait Salon and the Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize.
David currently dedicates much of his time to long-term photojournalism and reportage work and regularly photographs for documentary and exhibition projects, in addition to other assignments.