Dominic Arizona Bonuccelli

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Dominic Arizona Bonuccelli
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A picture of Dominic Arizona Bonuccelli
Born Spokane, Washington
Occupation Photographer and television host
Known for Photography

Dominic Arizona Bonuccelli is a professional photographer and world traveler. Dominic spent several months on assignment co-hosting the travel TV series Lonely Planet: Roads Less Travelled, airing internationally beginning November 2009 on the National Geographic Adventure Channel, hunting down new travel experiences in Colombia, Spain, and northern Mexico.[1]

A graduate of the USC School of Cinematic Arts with a degree in Film Production/Cinematography, he is represented by Getty Images (NY), AGE Fotostock (Spain) and Lonely Planet Images (Australia). His award-winning editorial work[2] has been featured in Variety, Forbes, The Wall Street Journal, Lonely Planet and Rick Steves' Europe Through the Backdoor guidebooks.[3] His coverage of celebrities includes Sherman Alexie, Kenneth Branagh, photo and film projects for Irish tenor Michael Londra, a concert film entitled Beginnings for Celtic world band An Dóchas, and numerous years covering the Seattle International Film Festival.

Career[edit]

Travel Photographer for Rick Steves’ Europe Through the Backdoor, creators of the televised travel-show spawned from the guidebook & touring company based in Edmonds, WA USA[3]

Participating artist in the MTV/VH1 Hope for Haiti Now: A Global Benefit for Earthquake Relief, backed by George Clooney and Haiti-born rapper Wyclef Jean, broadcast January 2010 and raising US $61 million to benefit those directly affected by the 2010 Haiti earthquake. Dominic’s Haitian photographs provided the backdrops for performances by Shakira, Dave Matthews, Neil Young, Leonardo DiCaprio and others.

Author and photographer in the SMITH Magazine 2008 New York Times BestSelling book Not Quite What I Was Planning: Six-Word Memoirs, with a cast of fellow participants including Stephen Colbert, Deepak Chopra, Moby and others.[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ National Geographic Channel: The Lonely Planet: The Road Less Travelled [1]
  2. ^ Association of Alternative Newsweeklies
  3. ^ a b Rick Steves' Europe Through the Backdoor Guidebooks
  4. ^ Smith, L. (2008) "Not Quite What I Was Planning: A Compilation of Six-Word Memoirs by Writers Famous & Obscure", HarperCollins Publishers

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