Igor Bortoluzzi grows in a small town near Belluno, where the mountains rush towards the Veneto plain. He lives in constant change. He is passionate about poetry, literature, history, philosophy and finally photography. After frequent and voluntary work changes, he becomes a professional photographer. It is divided between love for landscapes and reportage photography. He loves nocturnal photography, stolen portraits and ruined villages. He hopes to travel as much as possible.
He collaborates with important companies and his shooting have been published in specialized magazines.
He participated in the 2016 calendar of the Krka National Park - Croatia, his photos are utilised by Giro d'Italia for the stage that starts in 2016 from Alpago, his homeland.
Two of his shots are the cover of the Facebook page of National Geographic Italy in January 2017 and in July 2018
In December 2017 he won the "Mani Artigiane" prize, a prize of the technical jury for the photographic contest "Sguardi sull'Artigianato", organized by Confartigianato Imprese Belluno.
In April 2018 he won the Super8 - Lagazuoi - 5 towers - BL - Italy photo contest
One of his shots is the cover of the facebook page for the magazine NPhoto - UK in April 2018
In May 2020 N-Photo UK deserved 3 pages for my landscapes tricks
In August 2020 he won the 2nd prize at Scats Cjanalots - Italy photo contest
In february 2021 N-Photo UK deserved 2 pages for my Krampus reportage tricks
Igor is member of Mythlands since October 2018, a collective of landscape photographers among the best in Italy