Gabriela Vivacqua discovered her passion for photography and made it her profession.
After an unpretentious start in the photographic universe followed by an unusual invitation to work in another continent, the Brazilian educated in law embarked to Africa in 2015 in her first experience as a professional photographer.
During the past four years Gabriela has been engaged in humanitarian projects. She lived for two years in Sudan working with UN agencies such as IOM (International Organization for Migration) and WFP (United Nations World Food Program). Gabriela also contributed with work for UN Habitat, UN Women and OCHA and have been moving through places such as Somalia, Ethiopia, Egypt and Kenya.
In 2018, the photographer moved to South Sudan, where she stays until at least 2020.
Gabriela’s autoral work is focused on long term projects about women issues.