Medellín, Medellin, Antioquia, Colombia
I was born in Florence (Italy), I am half Italian half french and a Colombian resident. I graduated in Peace Operations, Conflict Management and Mediation. My main interest is the social and documentary photography that I started when I lived in India. I arrived in Colombia in 2010 and since my arrival I have had a deep interest in the internal conflict and its manifestations, I wrote my thesis about forced internal displacement in Bogotà.
In 2016 I worked with Fundacion Entrepazos's investigative team in Buenaventura and with that job I won second place in the Alto Contraste de Dejusticia award and I was also published by VICE Pacifista and Armattura Magazine.
In 2016 I was a professor of photography for internal refugees children for IDARTES in Bogotà in the Kennedy neighborhood and in La Hoja.
Now I am working for LAS GUERRERAS DEL CENTRO, which is a group of women, sex workers from the center of Medellín protagonists of the video performance NADIE SABE QUIEN SOY (Nobody knows who I am). They seek to dignify the visions of sex workers and change the vision towards women.
2016 - 2nd place in the AltoContraste Photography Contest
This series is about the relationship between a community in a Buenaventura's neighborhood called La playita (Colombia) and the sea. The sea holds a positive and negative connotation for them. They have a historical and espiritual relation with the territory and the ocean is a source of food and work . But the sea is also very attractive for illegal commerce and so for guerriglia and paramilitar . La Playita has been the center of a war between Farc and paramilitar but now the zone has been converted into a humanitarian space. The inhabitants are taking back the territory and the waterhouses are the symbols of it.