Michael Bonfigli is a Washington DC-based photojournalist with over 25 years of photographing a wide range of topics around the world for magazines, NGOs, and commercial clients. He is the son of Argentine parents which has inspired his work in Central and South America. His current work in the north coast region of Honduras has been widely published, exhibited and is presently being edited for a book. His most recent work, Anamnesis was exhibited at the Fred Schnider Art Gallery in Northern Virginia. 

He is also a founding member of Metro Collective, an international coalition of photographers who are united by a shared dedication to documentary work focusing on humanistic stories and themes. Michael teaches photography and holds workshops for Whittle School and Studios and other organizations.  

List of Clients: 
Whittle School and Studios
Fred Schnider Gallery of Art
Washington Post Magazine
Christian Science Monitor 

American University
National Geographic Travel Magazine
Seattle Times

Citi Open Tennis

NGO Clients:
World Bank/Pan American Health Foundation
Southern Poverty Law Center
Ford Foundation

Center for American Progress
Washington Tennis Education Foundation
JTCC Tennis Center 

Published Work:
Unfiltered Light- The Washington Post Magazine

Long Exposure- The Washington Post Magazine


Michael Bonfigli is a Washington DC based photojournalist, a former Peace Corps volunteer
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