Mariano Vivanco


Other credits: Art Director, Director



Peruvian born photographer Mariano Vivanco, grew up in New Zealand, where his passion for photography took flight. Inspired by the likes of Edward Steichen and Horst, Mariano moved to London in the year 2000 to pursue his passion for Fashion photography. Since then, Mariano has become one of the World’s leading editorial photographers, as recognized by the Business of Fashion’s Top 500 people shaping the global industry of Fashion. Often in black and white, his portraits, nudes, and editorial work (in both menswear and womenswear) apply the principles of pure photography; using simply light and shade, Mariano renders visible the natural spirit of the sitter. Mariano has published several books, including “Ninety Five Chapel Market”, which is a great example of his daylight portraiture work shot with film. Three of his portraits, including one from this book, are in permanent collection at the National Portrait Gallery in London. For a full biography, please visit www.marianovivanco.com/bio


Francesco Scognamiglio F/W 12
Francesco Scognamiglio (Advertising)
published: June 2012
Big Hard Sun
Muse Magazine (Editorial)
published: June 2012
Muse Summer 2012 Covers
Muse Magazine (Magazine Cover)
published: June 2012
Dolce & Gabbana Watches 2012
Dolce & Gabbana (Advertising)
published: June 2012
Video: Behind the Scenes Vogue Mexico Ju...
Vogue Mexico (Other)
published: June 2012
Dolce Gabbana The One Sport Fragrance Co...
Dolce & Gabbana (Advertising)
season: Spring/Summer 2012
credits: Art Director, Director
director: Mariano Vivanco
GQ Style Germany S/S 12 Cover
GQ Style Germany (Magazine Cover)
season: Spring/Summer 2012
Dolce & Gabbana Gym S/S 12 Catalog
Dolce & Gabbana (Lookbook/Catalog)
season: Spring/Summer 2012
Dolce & Gabanna Men S/S 12
Dolce & Gabbana (Advertising)
season: Spring/Summer 2012
The New League
H&M (Editorial)
published: March 2012

Mariano Vivanco in the news:

Models.com: MDX
Models.com: Of the Minute
Models.com: Daily Feed
Official web site: