Bruno D’Amicis was born in 1979 in Rome, where he studied biology and specialised in mountain ecosystems and conservation issues. He has gained experience and academic background in animal ecology, conservation biology and environmental education. His images have been published by leading Italian and international newspapers, magazines and nature books, including National Geographic, GEO, BBC Wildlife, La Repubblica, Die Zeit, WWF's World Wildlife, The UNESCO Courier, and Birdlife International's World Birdwatch, among others.
D’Amicis was one of the photographers chosen to take part in the Wild Wonders of Europe project in 2009. He also worked on assignment for National Geographic magazine in 2013. He is a fellow of the International League of Conservation Photographers and an honorary member of the Italian Association of Nature Photographers.
He has published three books in the past four years, one of which is Ornata, his 10-year-long project photographing Apennine chamois and its habitat.