Vittorio Daniele was born in Syracuse in 1965, he grew up in Augusta, Sicily Italy.
He is a full-time photo journalist and director of photography since about 26 years.
After completing high school he graduated in photography and cinematography in Milan in 1987.
He began working in Milan in 1988 as a documentary photographer and cinematographer, following the implementation of major construction works: dams, highways, bridges, power stations and underground stations in the United States, Canada, Colombia, Paraguay, Spain, Portugal, Italy, Turkey , Nigeria.
Since the 90s Vittorio is a photo-journalist for newspapers and magazines and also works as a director of photography for commercials, music videos, documentaries and feature films.
In 1990, in Palermo played his first major reportage. He lived for a month in the Sicilian town to tell and document the student movement "Panther 90" during the occupation of the Italian University.
His photographs have been distributed by the Italian photographic agency Grazia Neri.
In 1992 he was again in Palermo where he made a photo-reportage during the anti-mafia operation called "Sicilian Vespers."
In 1993 he made a great photo-reportage in the small island of Sark (610 inhabitants) in the Channel Islands , to document the life of the last feudal state in Europe.
These photographs and other his travel photographs were distributed by the photographic agency Transworld-press.
From 1994 to 1997 he worked full time as a photo-journalist for the newspaper Il Giornale di Sicilia, and also collaborates with the newspaper Il Corriere della Sera, and the weekly magazine Gente.
In '97 he went as a freelance photographer non embedded to Sarajevo, where he documented the living conditions in the city after the war just ended.
In the same year he told through his images Budapest in Hungary.
Since 2000 he began a long collaboration lasted 5 years as a cinematographer for the initiation and implementation of a long series of fiction for the Italian television network Mediaset: "Centovetrine".
On assignment of 'o.n.g V.I.S. in 2002, he lives a month in Ethiopia during one of the repeated famines that plague the region. He has made a photographic reportage and a documentary chronicling the life of men, women and children in the villages of the region Isidamo, during famine. In Addis Ababa told through his photographs the harsh vicissitudes of "street children".
In 2004 he returned to Bosnia in Sarajevo and completed a photo-reportage describing life in the city after almost ten years after the end of the war in the Balkans.
At the end of the same year he made one of his most important and intensive work "Knocking on heaven's door" a photo-reportage on the Christian pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela.
Between 2005 and 2006 completed a photo-reportage on the city of Turin during the preparations for the 2006 Winter Olympics Games.
In late 2006 he moved to Rome, having been commissioned by RAI as director of photography for the realization of the two series of TV fiction "Enchantment".
In 2008 he worked as a cinematographer on numerous short films and music videos.
In 2009, he produced, in collaboration with Arci-solidarity, a photo project on the children schooling of Gypsies camps in Rome.
In the same year made an extensive photo-reportage on the earthquake in Abruzzo and lived for a time in close contact with the families of the earthquake victims in tents.
In 2011 made in Sicily his photographic project on "Monsters of Progress" represented by the petrochemical industries have sprung up in the 60s in the Priolo area near Syracuse.
Between 2003 and 2008, his photographs have been exhibited in Turin, Rome, Cuneo, Siena.
In 2013 he released his book INFINITISTANTI ed.Blurb
Since 2008 he is teacher in photo-workshops with passion, for Street Photography and Photojournalism in many Italian cities.
Cam Girls is the feature film released in 2014 of which he is director of photography.
Vittorio Daniele is currently working on a documentary and multimedia storytelling on Migration from Africa and the Middle East to Europe.