Adithio is a Documentary Photographer and Filmmaker based in London.
Whilst specialising in documentary, travel and portraiture, Adithio was previously based in Indonesia, contributing his work to the Bali Animal Welfare Association (BAWA). He has uncovered and documented the dog meat trade, illegal wildlife trade, and dog-fighting rings while promoting the preservation of Bali’s indigenous dogs. While in the archipelago, Adithio also collaborated with Engage Media to help run participatory film workshop ‘Papuan Voices’ in West Papua, teaching film and photography to Papuan activists.
Along with a Master’s degree in Screen Documentary from Goldsmiths: University of London, Adithio also holds a Bachelor's degree in Performance Design and Practice from Central Saint Martins: University of the Arts London.
His previous clients include brands such as Timothy Oulton, musicians such as Fleur East and organisations such as Humane Society International, Change for Animals Foundation, International Fund for Animal Welfare and Solemen Indonesia.
Coming from a diverse background, Adithio is half Italian and half Indonesian and outside the hustle, he enjoys spending time with his wife and two dogs as well as traveling the globe while playing the ukulele.