Photo Francesca Corriga
Valentina de Santis
Photographer

Valentina De Santis was born in Rome in 1990. Graduated in advertising graphics at the first Artistic High School of Ripetta in Rome, she continues her training course at the Istituto Superiore di Fotografia Integrato di Comunicazione (ISFCI) in Rome, bringing her interests closer to the photography of Reportage and author.

In 2014 she is a photographer for Space Rock performing a personal reportage during the Sziget Festival in Budapest.

During his training, he is followed by industry experts such as Dario Coletti, Ottavio Celestino, Angelo Cricchi, and participating in the implementation and collaboration of a project with the Train to Create team and the UEL University in London in 2015.

In 2016 he gained more specific photography about storytelling with photo editor Carla Rak and photographer Gaetano Di Filippo. Currently working and living in Rome moving throughout the country, working as a freelance with several cultural associations.

Valentina de Santis
Photographer

Valentina De Santis was born in Rome in 1990. Graduated in advertising graphics at the first Artistic High School of Ripetta in Rome, she continues her training course at the Istituto Superiore di Fotografia Integrato di Comunicazione (ISFCI) in Rome, bringing her interests closer to the photography of Reportage and author.

In 2014 she is a photographer for Space Rock performing a personal reportage during the Sziget Festival in Budapest.

During his training, he is followed by industry experts such as Dario Coletti, Ottavio Celestino, Angelo Cricchi, and participating in the implementation and collaboration of a project with the Train to Create team and the UEL University in London in 2015.

In 2016 he gained more specific photography about storytelling with photo editor Carla Rak and photographer Gaetano Di Filippo. Currently working and living in Rome moving throughout the country, working as a freelance with several cultural associations.

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