Gianluca Colla has photographed around the world, from the Arctic Circle to Africa’s deserts and from the Amazon to the Alps. Originally from Italy and now based in Switzerland, he has traveled extensively around Europe. Gianluca’s work has been published in National Geographic magazine, Condé Nast Traveler, The New York Times, and The Washington Post and for clients such as Apple, Canon, and Fujifilm, among others. He has covered a diverse range of topics including the secrets of the longest-living centenarians in the world, a lost Da Vinci painting, and hidden mummies in Sicilian crypts. Gianluca also lectures on photography and enjoys teaching and inspiring others through storytelling and imagery. His work is represented in the National Geographic Image Collection.