Adithio is a photographer and filmmaker who focuses on documentary, portraiture and editorials. He has a masters degree in Screen Documentary from Goldsmiths and a bachelors degree in Performance Design and Practice from Central Saint Martins.
From uncovering and documenting the violent dog meat trade with BAWA (Bali Animal Welfare Association), being a co-facilitator to teach film making for Papuan activists for Papuan Voices and working with grassroots organisations like Solemen Indonesia. The key strand which ties his work together is that he enjoys portraiture. It's because he thinks it's the best way of furthering his expertise in documentaries.
Adithio is currently working as a photographer for a publishing company to help produce their editorial and online content (a job which takes him all over the world!) He is also currently working on his own project which combines his documentary expertise and mental health advocacy.
Coming from a diverse background, Adithio has Italian and Indonesian parentage. Outside the hustle, he enjoys spending time with his wife, his two dogs and three cats, as well as traveling the globe while playing the ukulele.