Romina Vinci is an italian freelance photojournalist dedicated on social and environmental issues.
She received the Bachelor and the Master Degree in Italian Language and Humanities from Sapienza University of Rome, in 2005 and 2007, respectively, both summa cum laude. She took two 2nd level University Master degree: the first one in Reportage and Photojournalism (2013, from Scuola Romana di Fotografia), and the second one in Journalism for Risk Areas (2010, from Tor Vergata University of Rome).
Currently, she is a free lance photojournalist, specialized in foreign news and social issues. Her main focus has been to produce multimedia projects with a humanitarian, social or environmental approach. Her projects have taken her to countries like Haiti, Afghanistan, Lebanon, Kosovo, Mexico, Tunisia, Sri Lanka, Turkey, Bolivia to document journalistic stories for a variety of media.
Romina has always felt passionate about the world and the human interaction with it and in it.
She is a contributor for some of many medias (RSI-Radio Televisione Svizzera, Internazionale, Il Fatto Quotidiano, Open Migration, Vanity Fair, La Stampa, Il Tempo, America Oggi, Popoli, Famiglia Cristiana, 50&Più, Nigrizia,Linkiesta.it), and since 2013 she works also with a Bolivian newspaper (Hormigon Armado). She has worked also with International NGO, like AMAL for Education, Fondazione Boccadamo, Nuestros Pequenos Hermanos .
She is a co-author of the books “La Fame di Haiti” (2015; End Edizioni) , “Le Macerie di Haiti” (2012; L’Erudita Editrice) and author of “Polvere di Sogni” (2011; Spazi dell’Anima).
In 2015 she attends the International photojournalism class at Danish School of Media and Journalism in Aarhus (DK).