Milano, MI, Italia
Camilla Cerea is a documentary photographer based in Milan. She grew up in Italy where she earned her degree in Art History.
In 2014 she graduated at International Center of Photography in NYC in the full time documentary photography course. Since 2014 Camilla has worked as a web photo editor and photographer for the National Audubon Society whose focus it is to conserve birds and wildlife. As part of her work she has documented conservation projects in the Bahamas, Belize, Mexico, and in various places in the United States.
Camilla’s work has been published online and printed in magazines and newspapers such as Audubon, Smithsonian, Bloomberg, Corriere della Sera, La Repubblica, Eyesopen, L’oeil de la photographie, and Time Out New York among others.
Her dream is to open a school of photography for kids, seniors and non-professional photographers in Milan, where photography will be used as an educational instrument.
According to NY Audubon, a non-profit organization that works on protecting birds in the city, the estimate of birds dying because of building collision is 100 million in the U.S, between 90.000 and 230.000 just in NYC.
Blackwater Marsh - Climate Change
Walker Golder, Atlantic Flyway coast director at the National Audubon Society, and Dave Curson walk through a flooded section of Maple Dam Road on the edge of Blackwater NWR. The marshes are falling apart. Hope for them—and for the birds and people that call them home—comes with mud, grass, grit, and optimism.