Federica’s photography and personal projects both focus on people. Her fascination with humans– particularly those who find self-expression difficult in a world full of societal (and in some cases, personal) taboos – is rooted in her own unique and challenging experience as an Italian immigrant in a foreign country. Federica is interested in getting as close as possible to her subjects’ life. She applies a narrative layer to the visual story telling, portraying the struggles of her subjects, as they push the boundaries of societal restraints. By layering these two skills and pushing her own boundaries, she is able to extract and expose truth when cameras and reporting are not always welcome.

20160325_meb_italyscan217 photo by Matthew Busch

14 thoughts on “About

  1. Mario Tedeschini Lalli says:

    Ciao Fede, come stai?
    Purtroppo mi si è scassato lo hard disk e non ho più il tuo indirizzo di mail, me lo rimandi?
    Nei prossimi giorni sarà a Washington (stage Ansa) un mio allievo della Scuola di Giornalismo di Urbino e gli ho detto che poteva sentirti per alcune dritte — specialmente per evitargli di stare per due mesi chiuso in redazione e poi di vedere solo italiani. Magari tu gli fai conoscere un po’ di giovani americani o addirittura giovani *giornalisti* americani! 🙂



  2. lodovico oldani says:

    Ciao Federica!

    bellissimo articolo su arrampicata in Italia in climbing mag! io e mia sorella partiamo domenica per Sardegna. Vado anche a trovare un amica in Roma dopo quale volevo andare a Grotti – e vicino a l’Aquila? Sai come sono le condizioni dopo il terremoto?



    ps migliore bouldering gym in Roma qual’è?

  3. […] 11, 2010 My dear friend, Federica, is starting to truly live her passion.  She currently is working a gig as a photographer’s […]

  4. Leslie Fass says:

    I loved your photos and the project “Daughters of the King”
    Strangely, I have always wanted to do a similar project in the Hasidic community near my home.
    I live in Chappaqua, New York and I realize there is a vibrant but reclusive Lubavitcher community in Mt. Kisco, New York. This is just a few miles away.
    What ADVICE could you give me or suggestions to make a connection?
    I would love the privilege to shoot candid shots of their lives to share with the community.
    I am also a photographer and trying to grow to the next level.
    All the best,
    Leslie Fass

  5. ruralspirit says:

    Hi, I just wanted to see how to get in touch with you. I wanted permission to use one of your images in my presentation.

  6. Rural spirit, Hello. What is your full name so I can call you such? Thanks for the inquiry. What presentation and what photo? There will be a charge for it… let me know. It counts as a publication. Thanks for contacting me. best, Federica

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  14. Mrs moshiach says:

    Hi I was wondering if you would have any more pictures of us lighting Shabbos candles and making challa when you were here sometime ago taking pictures of us

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