Lorenzo Ferrarini is a filmmaker, photographer and sound recordist based at the University of Manchester, where he teaches Ethnographic Documentary at the Granada Centre for Visual Anthropology. Before moving to Britain he studied anthropology and ethnomusicology in Italy, where he collaborates with the LEAV – Ethnomusicology and Visual Anthropology Laboratory at the University of Milan. He works on environment, embodiment and perception among initiated hunters in Burkina Faso using collaborative methods and sensory ethnography. Among his documentaries are Kalanda – The Knowledge of the Bush (2014) and Living the Weather (2016).