Lorenzo Fonda is a filmmaker and artist working in multiple disciplines such as film, animation, illustration, comics, installations, VR, murals, writing and others.
He spent the first quarter of his life in Italy, where he taught himself the craft of film, illustration and skateboarding. At 25 he was awarded the prestigious scholarship at FABRICA, where he consolidated his directing skills and got to collaborate with other artists from all over the world on many personal and commercial projects.
Soon after ending his scholarship he got represented as a director and started helming commercials, in collaboration with international advertising agencies. He also embarked on his first feature film project, the documentary Megunica, which went on to win multiple awards at festivals all over the world.
The film’s buzz brought Lorenzo to Los Angeles, where he spent five years creating commercials, music videos and countless other projects. During that time he started his new feature film project, the documentary Archaeology of the Future, which is currently in post production.
In 2013 he moved to NYC, where he lives and from where he takes planes to go do things in other places around the world.