Alberto Blisa
Rocco Calcagni
Michele Drigo
Luigino Zangobbo
Paolo Mignosa
Adrien Coquelle
Valter Pallaoro
Paolo Brambilla
Claudio Parizzi
Federico Raiser
Fabio Vivalda
Roberto Pegolo
Alice Enrico
Giuliano Zappi
Alessandro Brambilla
Bernard Leger
Matteo Lazzari

Giuria

Lello Piazza

Presidente
Lello Piazza

He has been the photo director, for more than 20 years, of Airone magazine and from the 90’s he has been organizing important photo exhibitions. Currently he writes about nature photography for Gardenia magazine, naturalistic tourism for “Bell’Europa” and photojournalism for FOTOgraphia monthly magazine. He combines the photography with his true profession, i.e. from 1972, he is Professor of Probabilità e Statistica e Analisi Matematica at the Polytechnic University of Milan.

Massimo Favaron

Massimo Favaron

Biologist, in the past he has dedicated his life to zoological studies, especially on birdlife. For several years he has been in charge of

Patrick Folliet

Patrick Folliet

After studying biology, he joined the Vanoise National Park team in the 1980s, in the communication department. He created the photo library of the institution and set up a team of volunteer field workers (rangers) to devote part of their activity to photography. This photo

Wolfgang Platter

Wolfgang Platter

Coming from Lasa (BZ), where he has been mayor for almost twenty years, he is a naturalist with a great passion for photography.

Valentino Mastrella

Valentino Mastrella

As an audio-visual technician, he has done many international studies on photography, video and graphic communication. 

Marcella Tortorelli

Marcella Tortorelli
With a diploma in photographic arts, she later graduated in multimedia languages with a thesis on Le Corbusier and Edgar Varése Poème électronique.

Mirko Sotgiu

Mirko Sotgiu

Journalist, photographer and filmmaker since 1997, he links his passion for mountains and mountaineering to his profession.

Francesco Tomasinelli

Francesco Tomasinelli

He has always been fascinated by nature, especially by weird, neglected animals. He took his first nature photos in 2001,