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Natascia Aquilano

Photoreporter

Italy

Natascia Aquilano is a freelance photographer based in Rome. After graduating with a degree in Communication Studies, she began to develop an increasing interest in photography, understood not only as a purely informational and descriptive medium but as a powerful communicative tool for telling and recounting.

His studies began as self-taught and deepened later at ISFCI (Higher Institute of Photography and Integrated Communication) in Rome and WSP Photography, also in Rome.

Social and documentary photography has always been at the centre of his main interests, an area that he constantly continues to deepen through readings, and meetings, but especially in the field.

With ever-curious eyes and attentive and respectful listening, Natascia Aquilano has done work in Africa, Southeast Asia, Eastern Europe and in worlds almost unknown, if closer to her.

Natascia Aquilano
Social and documentary photography has always been central to my main interests.

Natascia Aquilano in DooG Reporter

Life
In Fez, Morocco, there is a free clinic that takes care of donkeys, mules and hinnies, the real driving force of this city
People
Garage Saint Michel de SIC is a garage in Burkina Faso run by a nun mechanic: Alphonsine
The story of a Camino, that of Santiago de Compostela, done on a motorbike, when the motorbike is not just a vehicle but a travel companion.
Docks
A journey in the exploration of what it means today to call a place "Home": from a still point to a place in the soul on a perpetual journey
Culture
Today more than ever, weaving a sari with brocaded silk wefts means weaving a dream, synonymous with culture and identity
Culture
Varanasi, the sacred city of India, turns out to be a gateway to paradise for many but a hell on earth for these widows
People
Defining Pino - Beatrice is not easy, 'I am me' he would say if asked. And indeed, this is the case.
Block Notes
Interview with Natascia Aquilano, photographer and author of DooG Reporter, on this complex historical period because of COVID-19.
People
Each of their wrinkles, as well as each crack in their homes, delicately recounts a multitude of loneliness, of lives waited for and unfulfilled, evoking an eros that is for some deviant but, ultimately, desperately vital.
People
They are mercenaries of the ideal called soldiers, volunteers, heroes, violent or brave, but also fathers, sons, comrades, and brothers.
Coexistence
Without names, without documents, without nationality, timeless. Free. This is the life of the Moken, the last nomads of the sea.
People
The story of Ploy, a little girl who has been a guest for more than a year at the Take Care Kids Shelder in Pattaya, Thailand.
... caricamento in corso

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