Born in Venice in 1988, 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 and shark fishing in Mexico. Federico
has been published in national and international titles including
The New York Times, Neue Zürcher Zeitung, Manner, Il
Reportage and Private Magazine among the others.
He is contributor photographer for Parallelo Zero photo agency.
He currently lives and works in Milan.