Lucia Buricelli is a photographer from Venice, Italy. She started taking pictures when she was 16 years old, mostly focusing on street photography. The first picture she took was a flock of pigeons. Buricelli graduated from the New Academy of Fine Arts in Milan, Italy with a degree in Graphic Design and Art Direction. In 2016, after a road trip through Bosnia, she decided to focus on photography full time. In 2017, she moved to New York to study the Documentary Practice and Visual Journalism program at the International Center of Photography.
Now Lucia is working in New York city as a freelance photographer and photo editor. In her personal work, Lucia is interested in developing stories and series related to entertainment and culture. She likes to document how people present themselves in public spaces and how they are perceived.
She mostly focus on people and objects combining a street photography with a more documentary approach always using the frontal flash and giving attention to colors.
Lucia recently attended the Eddie Adams Workshop XXXI and she got nominated for the PDN 2018 emerging photographers. Her work has been featured in publications like the Newest York, Tagtagtag, C41 Magazine and her work has been exhibited in Venice, Milan, New York and New Jersey.