Camilla Ferrari
Photographer

Camilla Ferrari took her first photograph when she was 14.

She decided to major in Art and Communications at Università degli Studi in Milan to have a broader sense of culture and history, all while being inspired by her studies.

After graduation she attended multiple workshops and traveled around the world to focus more on what photography really meant for her.

In 2012 she worked as an assistant to Italian fashion photographer Marino Parisotto and as an agent for other photographers in his agency.

In 2014, she was selected for a Magnum workshop in Antiparos with photographer Gueorgui Pinkhassov and after this experience she worked as an assistant for the Venice Workshop by Magnum photographer David Alan Harvey.

She met the DxO team in 2015 and, from then, she is a brand ambassador for their new camera DxO ONE, that accompanies her everywhere she goes.

When she started shooting she was naturally drawn towards landscape photography and then her interest shifted gradually towards the interaction between human beings and their surroundings – pursuing travel photography and street photography, which is now where she dedicates her time.

Camilla Ferrari
Photographer

Camilla Ferrari took her first photograph when she was 14.

She decided to major in Art and Communications at Università degli Studi in Milan to have a broader sense of culture and history, all while being inspired by her studies.

After graduation she attended multiple workshops and traveled around the world to focus more on what photography really meant for her.

In 2012 she worked as an assistant to Italian fashion photographer Marino Parisotto and as an agent for other photographers in his agency.

In 2014, she was selected for a Magnum workshop in Antiparos with photographer Gueorgui Pinkhassov and after this experience she worked as an assistant for the Venice Workshop by Magnum photographer David Alan Harvey.

She met the DxO team in 2015 and, from then, she is a brand ambassador for their new camera DxO ONE, that accompanies her everywhere she goes.

When she started shooting she was naturally drawn towards landscape photography and then her interest shifted gradually towards the interaction between human beings and their surroundings – pursuing travel photography and street photography, which is now where she dedicates her time.

  • Grey Crawford. Chroma, 1978–85, Vol 1
    Publication
    Beam Editions
    International
    In 1978 Grey Crawford created a body of colour photographic work that was so radical in its aesthetic and technique that few people to this day understand how it was made. Chroma documents late 70s Los Angeles in a period of radical urban transformation. Scenes of vernacular architecture, demolition sites and everyday places are contrasted with graphic forms that float on the surface and sit within the image. (more…)
  • RAY Echoes. Emotion
    May 3 – Sep 1, 2024
    Museum Angewandte Kunst
    Frankfurt am Main, Germany
    For decades, the art institutions and collections in Frankfurt and the Rhine-Main region have been home to a remarkable density and expertise in the field of photography and related media. Following on from the first four successful editions of RAY the Triennial of Photography, eleven cooperating institutions are once again joining forces to make this focus internationally visible. With exhibitions, numerous events, and a three-day festival on the triennial theme of ECHOES, RAY offers a multifaceted exploration of photography. (more…)