Carla Cioffi is a documentary and fine art photographer. She was born in Caracas, Venezuela to a Sicilian father and an American mother. From a very young age, Carla has lived and/or worked in a number of diverse places across the globe - travel is in her blood. From 2007 - 2014, she had the good fortune of working as a photographer at NASA Headquarters in Washington, DC covering the manned spaceflight program and policy issues in such diverse places as Russia and Kazakhstan. Following NASA, she lived and worked in Qatar as a freelance photographer.
Carla's reportage work has been distributed worldwide through news and photo agencies such as the AP, AFP, Reuters, National Geographic Online, Getty Images. Her documentary work on the #Resist movement has been recently featured on social media by Photograph Magazine and LensCulture. Her fine art work has been exhibited in a number of galleries in the United States.
Past clients have included RasGas Company Limited; Northwestern University in Qatar; Xi'an Jiatong-Liverpool University in China; Hamad Medical Corporation, Qatar; Qatar Financial Authority Centre; Rogue Rovers; Paris Saint-Germain Handball Team; International SOS/Aspire Lifestyles and La Fromagerie Wine Bar.
The League of Unstoppable Women hosted a candlelight vigil for peace and healing at the Lincoln Memorial in solidarity with the second anti Muslim Ban March that took place earlier in the day in Washington, DC, Saturday, February 4, 2017.
People gathered in front of the Trump Hotel in Washington, DC for the WERK in Solidarity: Celebrating Intersectionality & Resistance rally to dance and parade to the White House in response to Trump’s recent executive orders, Friday, February 3, 2017. The music was booming and bodies were moving. This event was sponsored by WERK for Peace, Collective Action for Safe Spaces and The Movement DC. WERK for Peace was created in response to the shooting at Pulse Nightclub in Orlando as a grassroots movement using dance to promote peace.