Enrico Doria was born in Palermo in 1978.

Plant biologist with a PhD in Genetics and Biomolecular Sciences at the University of Pavia, he is passionate about photography since childhood when he started to shoot with the father’s Canon AT1 camera. His photographic journey began in 2003; In love with a Holga camera, he began to implement some projects in medium-format film that subsequently allowed him, over the years, to exhibit in various Italian and European cities. He also worked on reportagistic projects documenting the daily life of the Sinti community in Pavia, in South Africa where he focused the attention on the post-apartheid social condition involving also the white people, and in southern Tunisia showing the life condition of the population after the “Arab Spring”.

In 2017 he is awarded with honorable mention at SIPA (Siena International Photo Awards) Finalist at the Premio Pesaresi of the Savignano photofestival in 2017 and 2016. In 2014 and 2015 he is awarded with Honorable Mention at the MIFA (Moscow International Foto Award). Finalist at Lugano PhotoDays 2015. Finalist at the Photolux Leica Awards in 2014. In 2012 he was selected to present the project "Esprits" during the OFF of the Photographic Festival in Savignano (SI Fest OFF 2012).

Many of his reportage and photographic works have been published in some italian and international photo magazines. 

Gli uomini si dividono in due categorie: quelli che si mettono comodi. E appassiscono. E gli altri. Io faccio parte degli altri

(P. Sorrentino)