Excio (lat. to excite, evoke)
Photographers passionate about sharing the world around us as we see it or who raise awareness for a cause that matters to us.
We Do It
By using our cameras as a tool to do good, we help ourselves and others to learn, grow and be inspired, all through photography.
We join our forces to spread the #PhotographyForGood movement and prove to the world that photography is not about selfies, likes or influencers.
We envision a world in which photography is appreciated for its meaning, not for the number of likes.
How Our Community Is Different
We don't care how many likes or followers you have. You and your work is at the heart of what we do.
Your copyrights fully protected on all our platforms and on the app.
Your photos get the attention they deserve instead of competing with cat memes and duck faces.
We help you build your credibility and authority by supporting your #PhotographyForGood efforts.
Unlimited access to hundreds of articles and interviews.
Online & offline members-only events and discussions.
How We Started
Started in New Zealand, Excio has grown into a global community of passionate photographers who are committed to making a positive change in the world, one photo at a time.
Meet Some Of The Team
Ana’s photography journey started with one of the first Kodak film cameras. She is a passionate rebel advocating for the power of photography and against the sea of 'sameness' on social media.
Emily fell into photography a little over 10 years ago. She is passionate about documenting her travels and loves to spend time in nature capturing the details and wider views.
Nature lover and photography enthusiast, Ivan is the one making sure our members are happy and he decides what is featured, when, and where on our social media channels.
Kristina is our right-hand person, doing amazing work behind the scenes, curating new members, managing our 'Feel Good' gallery, challenges' submissions and Blogs.
Ambassador for India, Bangladesh and Nepal
Passionate about photography, travel and everything Excio does, Amol is helping us spread the word about #PhotographyForGood on the Indian subcontinent.
A citizen of the world. Travelling to the great wilderness areas of our beautiful planet to reconnect with nature, push boundaries and capture the beauty that surround us.
Experienced travel writer and photographer. Silver Medal at the NATJA awards in the Historical Travel section in 2018. Contributor at Lonely Planet, Matador Network, GUP, and now, Excio...
Hailing from the coastal city of Florianópolis in Brazil, Kim is very passionate about writing, travelling and photojournalism, sharing real stories and thought-provoking articles.