Chiara is an Italian documentary photographer with a passion for sports, traditions and the East. She worked in the archive of VU' agency in Paris and graduated from the Ostkreuz photography school in Berlin. Interested in how collective...
Focus:Photographer, Photojournalist, Radio Producer, Researcher, Reporter, Travel, Sports, Business, Fine Art, Documentary, News, Photo Editor, Creative Director, Photography, Portraiture, Events, Culture, International News, Arts & Culture, Freelance, International Desk, Humanitarian, Commercial, Artist, Short Films, Editorial, Newspapers, Editing, Storyteller, Visual Artist
Skills:Research, Translator, Image Archiving, Sports, Audio Recording, Photo Assisting, Film Scanning, Adobe Premier, Photo Editing, Curating, Art Direction, Copywriting, Multimedia Production, Photojournalism, Video Editing, Film Processing, Film Photography, Marketing
Former Ministry of Education of Moldova and Presidential Candidate to the elections Maia Sandu, poses for a portrait before the 2016 Presidential elections, on September 29, 2016, where she faced in the run-off Igor Dodon as she will on November 15th, 2020.
After some protesters attacked the back entrance of the Parliament building, fire are lit to warm up the crowd which gathered in front the "Victory'" tent camp. Socialists and members of the party "Nasha Partiya" [our party] had survived the hard winter with heated tents, huts with styropoar shells, in Chisinau.
In a tiny country at the edge of the European Union, the other Presidential election is keeping the 3,5 million citizens of the Republic of Moldova in suspense. The run-off will take place on November 15th with Maia Sand facing Igor Dodon, as it happened already four years ago, when Dodon prevailed on a slim lead.
Following, a selection of impressions of the country from North to South, East to West.