Chiara Ceolin is a London based photographer. She received a masters in
photojournalism at the University of Westminster. She holds a degree in clinical
psychology at the University of Turin, Italy, and has a specialisation in crisis
Her work is focused on social documentary and portraiture. She sees herself
as a translator of deep emotions into photographs. Building relationships with
her subjects is an essential component of Chiara’s art.
Chiara is working on a long-term project about Female Genital Mutilation
both in the UK and in the rest of the world. Her photos about Tanzania were
exhibited at the House of Lords for the launch of the annual report by the All
Party Parliamentary Group on Population, Development and Reproductive
Health in November 2012.
Chiara’s work has been published on Elle Men China, Cosmopolitan Italia,
Sette (weekly magazine of Il Corriere della Sera), London Evening Standard
and in two University of Westminster books.
Her photo-story A Missing Generation was selected and exhibited at the
London Festival of Photography 2012 and at Open Salon Arles 2012.
Chiara’s photos were selected for the Peaches and Cream prize 2012 and
were exhibited at Millenium gallery, London.