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Camilla Cerea is an Italian photographer. Her passion for arts led her personal development for a long time, since the times of her bachelor degree, during which she decided to focus on photography. She wrote her final dissertation on the analysis of a photographical archive on an Italian fashion designer. In her … Read More
Camilla Cerea is an Italian photographer. Her passion for arts led her personal development for a long time, since the times of her bachelor degree, during which she decided to focus on photography. She wrote her final dissertation on the analysis of a photographical archive on an Italian fashion designer. In her work, she particularly developed the theme of the influence of photography has as an historical source.
Meanwhile, she started her training in the field of photography and attended a basic course in photojournalism. In 2009, after two years of studies, she achieved a diploma, with European Certificate of photography at the “Accademia dell Spettacolo” in Milan. At the same time, she worked there as teaching assistant.
At the beginning of 2011, she attended the high level training for stage photographers of Teatro alla Scala of Milan, this course allowed her to polish her skills and to work in several important theatres in Italy.
At the end of 2011, she co-founded the online photographic and theatre-themed magazine “Kairòs”. She worked as a part of the photo editing staff also publishing works of her own. In March 2012 and in Aprila 2013 she co-organized and participated in the collective and itinerant exhibitions: “Fotografia come spettacolo” and “Uno spettacolo di fotogafia” both parts of the Milan Photo Festival.
In September 2012, Camilla moved to Dublin where she lived for eight months. Here, she collaborated with different Irish organizations, such as “The Lir National Academy of Dramatic Art”, the “British Council” and “The Ark Cultural Center for Children”.
From September, she is attending the course of Document Photography and Photojournalism in the “International Center of Read Less
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