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francesca tosarelli photographer

e: francesca.tosarelli@gmail.com
Currently in Italy

Member of the European Press Federation

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Francesca is an independent photojournalist focused on a long term project about the role of female fighters in contemporary conflicts.

She has been publishing on Spectrum - The Sunday Times Magazine, Le Monde, The Guardian, Guardian Weekend Magazine, The Independent, The Daily Beast, The Observer, Courrier International, 6 Mois, Internazionale, D - La Repubblica delle Donne, Semanal, El Pais, GEO France, Spiegel Online, TAZ, G1 Globo TV, Rainews24, Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting, Iltalehti, 360Magazine, Private Photojournalism among others.

She's a member of Matchbox Media Collective.

Among her clients: Save The Children, Oxfam, Child Soldiers International, Royal Anthropological Institute, Unipol

She has been living in Brasil, Italy and the UK. She has a BA in History of Arts and a Master in Photography.

She worked almost two years in the production of the crowdfunded documentary film Sandgrains about the local consequences of the European overfishing in Cape Verde.

SELECTED for Prix ANI 2011, 2012, 2013 - Visa Pour l’Image di Perpignan

Masterclass in Conflict Photography by Noor. October 2013, Bayeux, France

(profile photo credits: G. Toccafondi/Ass. Beecom)

Francesca is an independent photojournalist focused on a long term project about the role of female fighters in contemporary conflicts.

She has been publishing on Spectrum - The Sunday Times Magazine, Le Monde, The Guardian, Guardian Weekend Magazine, The Independent, The Daily Beast, The Observer, Courrier International, 6 Mois, Internazionale, D - La Repubblica delle Donne, Semanal, El Pais, GEO France, Spiegel Online, TAZ, G1 Globo TV, Rainews24, Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting, Iltalehti, 360Magazine, Private Photojournalism among others.

She's a member of Matchbox Media Collective.

Among her clients: Save The Children, Oxfam, Child Soldiers International, Royal Anthropological Institute, Unipol

She has been living in Brasil, Italy and the UK. She has a BA in History of Arts and a Master in Photography.

She worked almost two years in the production of the crowdfunded documentary film Sandgrains about the local consequences of the European overfishing in Cape Verde.

SELECTED for Prix ANI 2011, 2012, 2013 - Visa Pour l’Image di Perpignan

Masterclass in Conflict Photography by Noor. October 2013, Bayeux, France

(crediti foto: G. Toccafondi/Ass. Beecom)