Marlon del Aguila Guerrero (Marlondag) is a peruvian wildlife and conservation photographer based in Tarapoto, in the amazonian jungle of Peru.
His photographs focus on the human relationship with nature and landscapes, indigenous cultural heritage and the magnificence of wildlife, always trying to portray the reality of nature in an aesthetically pleasing way that touches the veins of humanity so that the intentions move in favor of the conservation of its beauty.
In recent years he has also been registering various sustainable development projects in the Amazon, he has worked for Conservation International Peru, WWF Peru, CIFOR, USAID, GIZ, PROFONANPE, SERNANP, SWM Programme Guyana and others.
His work has been published in various articles and informative material for many organizations, also in national distribution media (Peru), as well as in Mongabay Latam.
He enjoys living in his hometown with his wife and their cat Lune, surrounded by nature that he loves to photograph.