Carolina Paltrinieri is a photographer with experience in reportage and editing. After a period of training at the Nikon School, with whom she has traveled to the world with the best reportage professors on the international scene. She has outlined over time a highly authoritative style that has led her to numerous accolades in major national and international competitions. For some years now, she has been a reference point in Ethiopia, where she has been telling, through numerous stories, the health, economic and social difficulties of a developing country.
In 2012, she is among the eight finalists in the category Young Culture category at the prestigious "Sony World Photography Awards 2012" London Concert with the African Shaman shot and always in 2012 comes the first "Bronze Nikon Award" with the "Forgotten" story. The Nikon Awards 2013 wins a Silver Award for the Stories category with the "Restart to See" Reportage and two "Bronze Awards" with 2 single shots made in Ethiopia.
In 2015, prestigious awards were awarded, with the second place at the "Moscow International Foto Awards" and an Honorable Mention at the Black and White Spider Awards, a prestigious black and white photography competition.
In 2016 she won an Honorable Mention in the Editorial section: Photo Essay of the Moscow International Photo Award and an Honorable Mention at the Black and White Spider Awards.
In 2017, she won third place in the portfolio category at the "Moscow International Foto Award".
To fully convey the feelings of the subjects photographed and their stories she likes to get close to their private life, knock their feelings cautiously. She wants to be first a friend and then a photographer who tells the world about the situations of the forgotten who without the information would not hope to hear their cry of help.
She works for ONLUS "Emergency" as a photographer.