On May 25, 2013, activists from around the world participated in a global "March against Monsanto" protesting the policies of Monsanto, an American multinational chemical and agricultural biotechnology corporation with a plan to take over the world food supply through the use of untested GE (genetically engineered) seed. This book by photographer O. Bisogno Scotti is a photo essay of the March in Downtown Los Angeles and the people who took a day out of their lives to make a difference.
O. Bisogno Scotti is a second-generation photographer who first picked up a camera at nine years of age. He learned the art and craft of photography from his father, who was a painter, professional photographer, and landscape designer. He also studied lighting and camera technique at RCA Studio School, in New York. Since then, O. Bisogno Scotti has gone on to win many awards, including awards from the International Photographic Council of the United Nations, Mamiya America, and LowePro USA, and his photographs have been featured in photographic publications, such as Outdoor Photographer, Petersen’s Photographic, Musician Magazine, The Big Book of Photography, and Who’s Who in Photography. Today Scotti is concentrating on his lifetime collection of landscape and fine art images outputting them to museum grade pigment prints on fine art paper. These limited edition prints are signed and numbered by the artist and come with a certificate of authentication.