Gianluca Colla


Italian photographer Gianluca Colla has traveled around the globe on assignment, from Antarctica to Iceland and the Arctic, and from Africa’s deserts to the Amazon and the Alps. He has covered a diverse range of topics, including the secrets of the longest-living centenarians in the world, a lost Leonardo da Vinci painting, and hidden mummies in Sicilian crypts. Gianluca’s work has appeared in National Geographic magazine, Newsweek, The New York Times, and The Washington Post. He regularly lectures on photography and enjoys inspiring others through storytelling and imagery.