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Danilo has such a talent for catching people looking beautiful and engaged, like the best version of themselves.
— fanSHEN, UK


Danilo Moroni (ITA, 1987) is a Sicilian born artist based in Madrid.

He earned a degree in arts and dance and as a professional dancer worked, touring internationally, for companies and choreographers such as Grand Theatre de Genève, Alias Guilherme Bothelo, Alexander Ekman, Hofesh Shechter. Danilo grew up in a photographer’s family and he first picked up a film camera at the age of eight when he started photographing around the Sicilian streets. During his trips performing around the world he continued taking pictures as a way to connect and discover new places and people.

After starting his own photographic practice from scratch, five years ago, with no formal training, he has developed into a photographer with his own style appreciated by clients around Europe.

Danilo’s work ranges photography, film making, light designing and performance making.

His work is creative, visceral and with a unique style. In his imagery, he combines classical elements with an artistic personal touch. Danilo has a strong preference for classic subjects, such as as portraits and nudes, and he often combines those with influences from performing arts and cinema to create striking images with a strong storytelling element.

In 2015 he started working with Matthew’s Bourne New Adventures & Re:Bourne for whom he has been producing all imagery and campaigns of its New Adventures Choreographer Award. In 2017 Danilo starts collaborating with English National Ballet for Dance Journeys creating a series of images and short films screened at Sadler's Wells Theatre the iconic venue for dance in London. 

In April 2017 he started to co-direct a new visual dance piece about dyslexia called Mentally Zero in collaboration with Kate Mummery. 

In January 2018 Danilo self-published Interferencias (chapter I), a new fine-art book connecting the raw universe of the human body and movement with the concept of time and a strong anthropological element. 

Collective Exhibitions


  • Prefacio, Galeria Léucade (Murcia)

  • Eclosión, El Punto Rojo (Murcia)


  • Viaggio Verso, Antico Mercato Ortigia (Siracusa)


English National Ballet
Matthew Bourne New Adventures & Re:Bourne London London School of Beauty and Make-Up
Sadler's Wells Theatre
Peeping Tom Dance
Colectivo Fango
Lost Dog Dance
National Youth Ballet of Great Britain
London Contemporary Music Festival
Art Night London
Shoreditch Youth Dance Company
London Big Dance
Jasmin Vardimon Company
B.D. Barcelona
ACE Dance and Music
Interdans Dance Festival
Dande&Danse Festival
The Place London
Ciemulator Geneva
Zero Visibility Corp.
Ballet Junior Geneve
James Finnemore
Zfin Malta Dance Ensamble
Club Adelphi Theatre
FanSHEN theatre
John Ross Dance
Vincenzo Lamagna
Jorge Crecis
Jose Agudo
Lea Tirabasso
WAVE company
James Finnemore
The Middleton Corpus
Sweetshop Revolution
WOMA Women on the move award
RoomOne London
Belvoir Sydney
Smikle Dance Project


The Times Magazine
G.Q. UK online
The Guardian
The Telegraph
Rhythm Passport
Mode & Motion
Vogue Photo Italia
Vogue Sposa
Big Dance, London
Danse&Danse Magazine, Montreal
Runaway Magazine, USA
Dance Tabs
UNHCR, The UN Refugee Agency (UK)
Hereford Times
WOMA, Women on the move award 2015
Culture Whisper
The Stage
TEDx Brum
El Iberico
English National Ballet