Zafer Yorganci is a Turkish Documentary Photojournalist, Filmmaker, and 3D Artist (3D Portfolio) who has been working since 2012.

He grew up in Istanbul, Turkey. He studied Graphic Design for a while, He has been working as a Graphic Designer and 3D Artist for different companies since 2012. Besides all these professions, He has been interested in film and photography since then and attended film and scriptwriting courses in Istanbul.

He became one of twelve photographers selected from Turkey for the #BridgingStories photography collective, which was mentored by Photographer, John Stanmeyer (National Geographic) in 2016. They had exhibitions in Turkey, France, and Armenia. Their photo works were published in The New York Times and They also launched a Photo Book in 2017 all around the world with the same collective. His photo works were placed in the archive of The International Centre for Photojournalism (CIP) in Perpignan, France in 2018 with the same collective.

He worked on several short films as an Editor and Cinematographer (Camera Reel). In 2015, He directed his first short documentary "The Dispossessed", and the film won one jury special award in Turkey and was selected for screening at various festivals in a few countries. In 2016, he moved to Budapest for his film education, after a year He changed the university and went to Wroclaw to study for a bachelor- in ''3D Animation and Visual Effects for Film and Games''. He completed his graduation with the short film  ''Frames'' in 2021 and this was supported by European Union Funds. His photo and film studies focused on mostly human life, refugees, the working class, poverty, and human rights.