Born in Vicenza, Italy, in 1977 and a graduate in 2010 of the Royal Academy of Art in The Hague (NL), Denis Guzzo is a media and communication professional who works independently and on assignment. His growing communication strategy and content management skills empower his quest for positive change.
His passion for landscape found in the Netherlands has been a perfect field to develop through his love of photography and film. A meticulously detailed form of storytelling characterizes the productions, exhibitions and publications that emerge from his projects, underpinned by extensive research.
Denis has developed experience across multiple genres, from documentaries to corporate films and campaigns; prioritizing collaborations with NGOs, social
ventures and pioneers of sustainable solutions. Thanks to this network of innovators and his active participation in environmental projects, he developed a broad knowledge of materials and energy flows, contributing as a lecturer and supporting academic publications worldwide.
Denis Guzzo is also the founder of the platform RE-USE.EU; his work has been exhibited and screened internationally, reaching platforms such as TED, BBC, Deutsche Welle, New York Times; and published in magazines such as A+U, Volume, Icon, Metropolis M; in many books and on books covers.
His documentary projects and the ongoing documentation of the Superuse movement together with the platform RE-USE.EU; are for Denis attempts to debate on how city and landscape, man and nature can coexist.
After 15 years in the Netherlands, Denis lived and worked in Singapore, Tokyo, Shanghai and is currently based in Jakarta for the long term.