Mauro Prandelli was born in 1979 in Brescia, Italy. In 2011 he started to work as free lance. He attended the course of Photojournalism held by Sandro Iovine in Milan and, in the meantime, he co-operated with different national and international magazines focusing on reportages on current and humanitarian issues.
In 2012 he produced the reportage called “Evros river, the oriental gate of Europe. A wall against immigration.”, work edited by Sandro Iovine, which illustrates the situation of the migrants who try to enter in Europe through the Turkish borders.
He also attended photojournalism worskhops with Stanley Greene in 2013 and Francesco Zizola in 2014.
In 2013 he exhibited at the Festival della Fotografia Etica in Lodi and at the WSP Photography in Rome, in 2013 at the Citerna Photography Festival and in 2014 for the University of Genova at Palazzo Reale.
Mauro Prandelli co-founded, with Alberto Maretti and Andrea Carrubba, the collective Lview project.
He is currently working on the realization of a long-term project on the migration through the Balkan route.
He also worked abroad, mainly in Greece, Bosnia, Serbia, Iraq, Lebanon, Turkey and Egypt.