Born in Venice, Federico after the graduation in photography at IED in Rome started working as freelance photographer. His recent works include reportage photography on PTSD in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Homophobia in Italy and fishermen on the Galician coast.
He currently lives and works in Milan.
Born in Venice, Federico Vespignani after the graduation in photography at IED in Rome started working as
freelance photographer. His recent works include reportage photography on PTSD in Bosnia and Herzegovina,
Homophobia in Italy, fishermen on the Galician coast, the LGBT community in Jamaica, overfishing fishing in Mexico and the ongoing violence in Central America.
Federico has been published in national and international titles
including The New York Times, Burn Magazine, GEO Magazin, PDN,
Manner, NZZ, Il Reportage and Private Magazine among the others.
- Breaking news
- Video editing
Pacific Ocean, off Magdalena Bay, Mexico. A blue shark hooked just before being caught. It is estimated that millions of sharks are killed each year as a result of fishing. This shark is now classified as "near-threatened" on the IUCN Red List.
El Salvador, San Salvador.
An operator of 911 Halcones of the Nacional Police on patrol in a gang controlled area. Recently Nacional Police (PNC) in El Salvador has been strongly criticized by human rights groups and accused by local prosecutors of extrajudicial killings of suspected gang members. "I think that the majority of people are with us, we are trying to eradicate cancer" said an operator from "Halcones".