Born 1981 in Morges, Switzerland, Yannic Bartolozzi currently lives and works around Lausanne. In 2008, he graduated from the Vevey school of applied arts (CEPV) and obtained the Swiss Federal Capacity Diploma for photography (CFC). He then furthered his studies to obtain the Diploma of the Superior Photography School of Vevey.
In his artistic approach, not deprived of romanticism, Yannic is guided by a strong sense of curiosity and a love for travel. His photographic work aims to use the camera in order to raise questions and explore the world. Yannic’s photographs are a combination of fiction and documentary. He likes transforming the reality into universes of imaginary journeys, in places where lonely human seems facing unlimited wilderness. He has participate to several personal and group exhibitions, in Switzerland, in Greece, in France, in Iran, in Georgia.
Yannic is a freelance photographer. In 2016, with three others collegues, he founded a new photography workspace called «atelier 207», based in Penthalaz, Switzerland. He mainly works in the art field of photography, in documentary and architecture photography and works also for Press photography. He has collaborated with different institutions, environmental and humanity NGOs. Yannic has also been teaching visual arts at the Germaine de Staël School in Aubonne and worked as a technical supervisor at the high school of photography of Vevey.