Alfredo Bosco is a freelance photographer and contributor to Luz Photo Agency in Milan.
Social issues and geopolitical crises are the main focus of his work.
In 2010 he reported on Haiti’s earthquake and the cholera outbreak that fol- lowed for the NGO Francesca Rava-NPH Italia.
In 2015 he covered criminality and everyday life in Caracas.
In 2016 Kyrgyzstan’s heroin racket and in 2017 the Nuit Debout and Justice pour Theo demonstrations in Paris.
From 2011 to 2014 he was contributor to SGP photo agency in Milan working for commercial clients and major fashion labels.
Since 2014 he has been working on a long-term project on the civil war in Donbass, Eastern Ukraine.
He was awarded the 2011 Fnac TPW Mention for his reportage on Tashkent’s local youth under Karimov’s dictatorship.
In 2015 he was selected by Lensculture as one of the world's top 50 emerging talents.
In 2018 his project Donbass: No Man's Land was selected at the Lumix Festival of Young Photojournalism.
Selected at the 25th Joop Swart Masterclass of the World Press Photo.
He was co-founder and editor of MiCiAp (MilanoCittàAperta), an online journal of urban photography.
His work has appeared in Italian, French and British publications.