About me 2018-01-15T17:42:46+00:00

Ginevra was born in Rome in 1989.

After high school, she enrolled in the faculty of Literature and Philosophy at the university “La Sapienza” in Rome, to read Modern Literature: Italian Studies.  She graduated from her three-year degree course in 2013 with a thesis of literary criticism, entitled: “Perelà, A Man of Smoke Astride Two Centuries”. (Supervisor: Professor Mirko Bevilacqua).   That same year she enrolled at the IULM University in Milan to study for a master’s degree in, “Television, Cinema and New Media”, submitting a thesis entitled “The Mirror by Andrej Tarkovskij: a Film Halfway Between Memory and Recollection” (Supervisor Professor Giovanni Chiaramonte).  While still at university, Ginevra dedicated herself to the study of cinema and photography, her life-long passions passed down by both her grandfather, a director of photography, film director, and screenwriter and her father, a screenwriter and film director.

Pursuing these passions, in the summers of 2009 and 2011 she completed two one-month courses in filmmaking and digital filmmaking at the New York Film Academy in New York. Here she gained hands-on experience with both film and digital material by directing 2 short films and acting as the director of photography on 4, assistant camera operator on 3 and as an interpreter on one.

In the winter of 2011 she attended a photography course and in the spring of 2012 she was one of the winners of a photography competition held by the association Albero Andronico.

In 2016 she worked as an assistant director on the set of the Ballandi Multimedia television programme, Master of Photography produced by Sky Arts.

In 2017 she worked as a camera operator in the studio and confession room of the television programme, Master of Photography 2.

At the moment she is working on a short film in collaboration with a colleague.

Always Searching For The Shot

“You don’t make a photograph just with a camera. You bring to the act of photography all the pictures you have seen, the books you have read, the music you have heard, the people you have loved.”

(Ansel Adams)

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