Arianna Pagani, 1988, is a Italian freelance photographer. Her approach to photography is documenting the stories about social issues through the reportage following the professional ethics of photojournalism.

Since 2012 to follow closely several historical events she moved to live in Turkey and Bosnia where she has made several in-depth reports. Later she move in Tunisia where she produced a work on Tunisian mothers in search of their missing children in the Mediterranean. On the same subject she also worked in Italy on the condition of unaccompanied minor migrants. In Lebanon she produce a reportage on Syrian prisoners who disappeared during the conflict.

From 2014 she documented the social and conflict situation in Iraq and Syria where she followed the liberations of the city of Mosul (Iraq) and Raqqa (Syria). In 2018 she created and produced a multimedia webdoc, a new form of journalism, which traces the stories of four Iraqi women fifteen years after the American invasion.

“Donne Fuori Dal Buio Webdoc” 
Italy, 2018.
Arezzo, Casale Marittimo, Pisa, Firenze, Roma Cinema Apollo, Brescia, Torino, Bari, Soncino, Bologna, Milano, Verona, Bergamo, Gorizia, Lecce.

Festival Giornalisti del Mediterraneo,
Otranto, Italy, 2018.

The story on the field of the Kurdish female militia in Rojava, published in November 2017 by the Fatto Quotidiano / Section Millennium magazine, won the “International Terrorism” section of the “Journalists of the Mediterranean” competition 2018.

International Journalism Festival,
Perugia, Italy, 2017. 

Also in Frontline Freelance Register, FotografiaFemminile
Arianna supports Reporter Without Border, Amnesty International, Risc Training, Emergency