Gaia Squarci is a photographer and videographer who divides her time between Rome and New York City, where she teaches Digital Storytelling at ICP. Gaia is a contributor of Prospekt, an IWMF fellow and National Geographic grantee. With a background in Art History and Photojournalism, she leans toward a personal approach that moves away from the descriptive narrative tradition in documentary photography and video. Her work is focused on themes linked to the relationship between human beings and the environment, aging and family relationships. Her project “Ashes and Autumn Flowers” was nominated for the Prix Pictet in 2020, and POYi awarded her cinematography and photography work respectively in 2014 and 2017.

Her clients include The New York Times, The New Yorker, Vogue, The Guardian, The Economist, Internazionale, Io Donna, Il Corriere della Sera, D di Repubblica, Marie Claire Italia, among others.

Her work has been exhibited at the ICP Museum in New York, Photo Elysée, Amparo Museum, STILL Gallery, and the festivals  Photoville, Cortona On the Move, JIPFest, Alt+1000, Athens Photo Festival, Pingyao Photo, among others.

Gaia Squarci

Gaia Squarci is a photographer and cinematographer based between New York City and Milan.
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