Born in Vicenza, Italy, in 1977 and a graduate in 2010 of the Royal Academy of Art in The Hague (NL) is an Italian filmmaker, director of photography, producer, and photographer who works both independently and on assignment. He works collaborating with companies, redactions, think-tanks, and organizations on strategic communication assets. The productions, publications, and exhibitions that emerge from his projects are characterized by a meticulously detailed storytelling form.
From brainstorming to concept development to screenwriting, from cinematography to editing, Denis Guzzo enjoys his productions by overseeing all the steps leading to outstanding and compelling results.
He collaborates with producers and other professionals according to production’s budget and needs for more complex projects. He owns a 4.6 k camera and prime lenses, pro-microphones, and a drone that he brings everywhere he goes.
Denis has developed experience across multiple genres, from documentaries to corporate films and commercials. Embracing the art of filmmaking represents to him a new fantastic challenge to explore and develop new work. His work has been exhibited and screened internationally and published in magazines such as Volume, A+U, Icon, Korean Landscape Series, Metropolis M; in many books and on books covers.
Denis Guzzo has been working with or for Archis, Bureau Europa, cASLa Almere, Dutch Ministry of Infrastructures, Dutch Ministry of Environment, Eye Film Museum, Monnik, Stroom, Superuse, T.U. Delft, TNO, ZUS Zones Urbaine Sensible, and departments of architecture of the Universities of Ferrara and La Sapienza in Rome, among many others.
His documentary projects and the ongoing documentation of the Superuse movement together with the platform RE-USE.EU; are for Denis an attempts contribute to the debate on how city and landscape, man and nature can coexist.
Denis Guzzo is currently based in Shanghai.