Articles by Elisabetta Zavoli

Born in Rimini (Italy) in 1976. She is graduated in Environmental Sciences at University of Bologna in 2001 (110/110 cum laude) and began working as a chemist for an Italian company. In 2005, by the influence of photographer Lidia Bagnara, she focused on developing her photographic vision. She attended Graffiti School of Photography in Rome, directed by photographer Gianni Pinnizzotto. In october 2009, she was selected for attending the first "Photojournalism Masterclass" at Contrasto Agency in Milan, directed by Denis Curti, and since then she started her career as photojournalist. In 2012, she has attended "Identity Masterclass" directed by photographer and curator Enrico Bossan, head of photography department at Fabrica and editor of COLORS magazine. Since 2005, she has extensively travelled North America (Canada, USA and Mexico), working exclusively with analogical films. Since 2009, for three years, she has been living in Algiers, documenting the reasons for the missing revolution in Algeria, during the so-called "Arab Spring". Since August 2012, she is based in Jakarta, Indonesia, working primarily on environmental and social issues connected with climate change.