Steve Bisson is a Italo-belgian planner, art director, curator, working mainly in the field of urbanism and visual anthropology. Education Bachelor degree in Urban Planning from the Istituto Universitario di Architettura – IUAV of Venice, Italy (2002) and MBA from Kansas University, USA (2004). Work History Steve has collaborated worldwide with artists, companies, museums, foundations and galleries and contributed to over 40 exhibitions and festivals as an attempt to support young talents, create debate and increase awareness on human conditions across the world. Steve founded, respectively in 2009 and 2012, two online publishing projects Urbanautica and Filmessay to enhance lifelong learning, involving dozens of people, from students to professors, curators and authors. Teaching IUAV, Ca’ Foscari and IED in Venice, Domus Academy Milan, FAAP and Universidade das Belas Artes in Sao Paulo among others. Publications His essays and reviews appeared in many books, studies, magazines, and websites. Since 2015 he directs Urbanautica Collections photo book series published by L’Artiere Edizioni. In 2016 he was invited to curate a photography exhibition for the Italian Pavillion of Biennale di Architettura in Venice. Steve Bisson has participated as jury member to several photography awards and portfolio reviews.