Giulia Bianchi is a documentary photographer and photography teacher interested in portraiture, visual narrative and bookmaking. Her work has been published in over 60 magazines and has been internationally exhibited. In 2010 she attended ICP in New York. Giulia assisted photographers such as Mary Ellen Mark and Suzanne Opton and later began teaching and freelancing in NYC. She employed a long-format documentary practice with a very ambitious project about Women Catholic Priests who have been excommunicated by the Vatican. She tells stories with words, drawings, photos and videos investigating invisible aspects of reality such as memory, spirituality and feminism. She’s interested in photography as a tool to investigate reality and show others what the world could be.