Moving abroad at the age of 19, Giulia moved to London where she lived for over six years, graduating in Anthropology and Media at Goldsmiths University.
Since then, a lot happened and everything changed. From a nomadic two years on a house boat on the canals of London, to several global adventures that took her to live in Morocco and to study storytelling and photojournalism at the Danish school of Media and Journalism, in Aarhus, Denmark, most recently.
The love for visual anthropology and documentary has always been the powering engine that took her and her Rolleiflex to remote places and communities. Giulia defines herself a participant observer and a visual ethnographer through the intimate connection with the subject of her stories.
Giulia is currently based in Rom, working on her first long term project “C’EST HARAM” which documents the disappearance of the Berber practice of women facial tattooing due to religion and cultural impositions.
DE VOLKSKRANT – July 2018
VOGUE ARABIA – July 2018
D LA REPUBBLICA – July 2018
SKATE AND SURF FILM FESTIVAL, Milan – May 2018
PORTRAIT OF FRANCO BERARDI “BIFO”
PORTRAIT OF FRANCO BERNARD “BIFO”
PORTRAIT OF BRITAIN 2017
COLLETTIVO FOTOGRAFICO MEMORIE – REGGIO EMILIA 2017