Jacopo Gennari Feslikenian (Milan, 1986) is a photographer, currently based between Rotterdam (NL), Milan (IT) and Lisbon (PT). Since young age he start working as an assistant photographer and practicing photography as a tool of discovery and exploration. He studied Architecture and Urbanism in Milano (IT), Lisbon and Porto (PT). His work focus on Maritime, Architectural, Landscape and Documentary photography. He has a deep understanding and sensitivity towards territories and architectural spaces. He developed extensive experience in architectural and other typologies of shooting assignments. His main interest and passion lies on the maritime and offshore environment and the multiple levels of interactions between humans, biodiversity and territory that take place in the Sea. He realised several assignments on board of Container, General cargo, Bulk and Fishing vessels. He is a licensed drone operator A1/A3 + A2 and hold an STCW Basic Safety training license and STCW 10 Security Awareness Training.
Clients selection: Draftworks* architects, RETE - Association for the Collaboration between Ports and Cities, MVO Nederland, RVO, BNA Onderzoek, Vereniging Deltametropool, TU Delft, Openfabric, Transinsular, KartonKraft, DMAU, dAD University of Genoa, Filippo Puleo Architetto, Federico Pazienza studio, Clay on Milano, Atelier Chaubet, Cyprus Architects Association, Werkraum
Publications selection: Archdaily, Divisare, Domus, Abitare, Dispensa magazine, Artribune, SkyArte, De Architect, Domusweb, Landezine, A-Ordine degli Architetti di Trento, WLA World Landscape Architect, Gooood Hong Kong, C3 magazine, SB iaks, Landscape ME, Paysage Topscape, L’ Essenziale Studio Journal, LAF Landscape Architecture Frontier, Yearbook Landscape Architecture and Urban Design in the Netherlands 2018, Archined, Scape magazine, Italia squisita, Il giornale dell' architettura, Scopio Editions, Elle Decor, ASUR (Archivio di Studi Urbani e Regionali), Archithese, Portus magazine, Playground@landscape, IMACRES Awards Annual Book 2022
JGF Portrait ©Marco Menghi