Giulia Berto is an Italian photographer living between New York City and Dublin, Ireland. She holds a Bachelor in Biology and a Master in Evolution of Animal and Human Behaviour and in 2013 she graduated from the International Center of Photography in New York.
Her work focuses on long-term projects and deeply personal stories, exploring the realm of intimacy and relationships between human beings and its connection with their environment. She adopts a long-form approach for her work and her medium of choice is analogue photography, both in small and large format.
Berto’s photographs have been published and exhibited internationally. Her work has won various awards and was included in several books. With her series Fragments she took part in different mentoring programs, The Photography Master Retreat in France (2016) and Scotiabank CONTACT Portfolio Reviews Award in Toronto, Canada (2017). More recently, Fragments was on show at theprintspace in London during Photography on A Postcard and at Circulation(s) Festival, under Susan Bright’s Carte Blanche. Her work also features in Black+White Photography, British Journal of Photography and HuffPost as well as other publications. Berto has been nominated for the RPS Hundred Heroines initiative celebrating women in photography today.