Rome, Metropolitan City of Rome, Italy
Federica Valabrega was born in Rome, Italy in 1983, but spent most of her adult life between Boulder, Co., Washington, D.C. and Brooklyn, N.Y. Federica has a Bachelor in Science in Integrative Physiology from the University of Colorado at Boulder and in 2008 she received a Masters in Journalism and Documentary Production from American University in Washington, D.C. She started taking photos soon after on the street of the United States capital documenting the historic Presidential race and inauguration for herself.
Her photographs have been published in a number of U.S. based publications such as, The New York Times Magazine, TIME, Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg News, Philadelphia Enquire, LA Times, Npr.org as well as in a number of European ones such as, Le Monde, Dummy Magazine, Haaretz, Biber Magazine, La Repubblica, L’Espresso, La Stampa, Il Corriere della Sera and Panorama.
She has also worked for private clients, such as, the advertising agency McCann Erickson, the Italian Advertising company Filmmaster, the Publishing House Arnoldo Mondadori and the Sundance Film Festival.
On November 27, 2013, Federica published her first Book “Daughters of the King,” edited by BurnBOOKS. The book is available for purchase here. Since then she has been traveling with an itinerant exhibit to the MIA Photo Art Show in Milan, Visa Pour l’Image in Perpignan, France, Para Photo in Turin, Italy, The International Photography Festival in Tel Aviv, Israel and lately her images were exhibit inside “Cherchez La Femme” at the Jewish Museum in Berlin, Germany. From December 2nd, 2017 until April 1st, 2018.
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Story time with the children
Maria, her friend Gaby and their children sit for story time in their home in Washington, D.C. on March 8, 2019
Kitchen water games
Cheyli Nallely Mejia Meza, 5 (left) James Enoc Mejia Meza, 4 (center) and Sayra Mavet Mejia Meza, 5 (right) climb up the kitchen faucet to get some water in their new house in suburban D.C. on April 4, 2019