On November 8th, 2013, the Philippines were hit by the largest hurricane ever recorded. As a photographer, the director of Haiyan Aftermath was sent there by an important agency with the aim of creating a reportage of the aftermath of hurricane Haiyan in the city most affected: Tacloban. Besides the publication of two reportage, he spent some time in recording video images to have a diary with the sounds and the voices from that terrible moment. This documentary is a filmed synthesis of those days.
Lorenzo Moscia was born in Rome in 1973; he graduated in 1999 as a lawyer at La Sapienza University of Rome. He started reporting news in Latin America for international photo agencies such as Grazia Neri, Reduxpictures, Reaphoto. From 2000 to 2012 he lived in Chile, working as photojournalist for important local and international magazines. Then he reported several events around the world: civil war in Haiti, earthquake in Chile, elections in Ecuador, life in Rio's favelas, protests in Belfast, hurricane Haiyan in Philippines, Nelson Mnadela's funeral. He has published several photo books, such as: Luces de Rapa Nui (2002) about the inhabitants of Easter Island and Lota (2009) in which he portrays the hard life of the ex coal miners. He's permanent reporter for photojournalistic agency Reduxpictures (USA), Archivolatino (Argentina) and for the magazine Caras.