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Camilla Ferrari

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Camilla Ferrari (b. 1992) is an Italian multimedia visual storyteller based in Milan, Italy. Her work, which mixes stills and vertical moving images, focuses on the emotional and physical relationship between human beings and their surroundings, while reflecting on perception and the power of silence.

Her images and videos meditate on the simplicity of daily life and the intrinsic beauty hidden in the routine, using photography and video as portals that let us enter and visualize a new space that exists between reality and its representation and interpretation.

After graduating in Media Studies, she studied photography at the Italian Institute of Photography in Milan. Her work has been published in National Geographic, NPR, US News, The Culture Trip, CNN, 6Mois, InsideOver and Elle Decor Italia, among others. She is a member of Women Photograph. In 2020 she was nominated for the Joop Swart Masterclass held by World Press Photo, while in 2019 she was selected by PDN as one of the 30 emerging talents worldwide as well as by Artsy as one of their ‘20 Rising Female Photojournalists’. In 2018, she attended the Canon Student Development Programme at Visa Pour l’Image, the Nikon NOOR Masterclass in Turin, and was shortlisted for the WMA Hong Kong Commission Grant.