Hi, I'm Giulia, 25, Italo-cuban freelance photographer.
Through my work, I explore and depict what lies underneath people’s “everyday life”, focusing on overlooked social issues. I grew-up between two societies that are the antipodes of each other, Cuba and Italy. In both though, it frustrated me that many important issues were neglected by public attention because nobody brought them to light. With time, I transformed that frustration into a goal, and started cultivating my interest in photography since the very young age of 14, working as assistant of established photographers. After this experience I understood even more how much reportage and photojournalism were my true passions, and I began my studies at Csf Adams Photography school in Rome.
I've then worked as a producer and assistant at ISFCI photography school in the city.
I'm now finishing a documentary in Cuba with photographer Giorgio Palmera, and continuing my own ongoing projects on the island.