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Giulia Magg's travel photographs bring back fragments of life collected from all over the world, portraying a still moment in time of shops, works, people and stories.
Giulia Magnaguagno , stage name GiuliaMagg, born in 1984. Since she was a teenager she feels the great desire to travel, interact with different cultures, meet people from all over the world. Today she is a professional photographer, creative director and co-funder of the “Vitamina” project, a travel blog for sustainable tourism in the name of promoting natural and cultural heritage. Over the last few years Giulia has traveled a lot, living in different countries among the indigenous peoples. The last effort, which lasted a whole year, was the travel adventure throughout Latin America: 27,000 km, from Buenos Aires to Los Angeles, without ever using airplanes, but only local public transport, with the inevitable camera and backpack. His amazing photographic eye knows how to capture the fleeting moment with strong visual expressiveness, in which light and colors are the protagonists.
Degree in Translation and Interpreting at the IULM University of Milan Degree in Professional Photography from the EFTI Academy in Madrid Post graduate in Direction of Photography at ACT Studio Multimedia in Rome He collaborates alongside Di Franco Di Giacomo, director of photography of the film "Il Postino" He collaborates with the Cuban Embassy and the Municipality of Rome in the exhibition of the photographic exhibition: "Che Guevara, photographer" at the "Museo Roma in Trastevere"