Vittoria Vitale is an Italian born twenty-two year old photographer. Analogue fan, she’s currently undertaking her 2nd year BA (Hons) Photography course at University for the Creative Arts (UCA) in Rochester, UK. Her photographic practice is still developing through exploration of our everyday surrealist lives, buildings and collages: aspects of a single world that equalized to a universal and united viewpoint.
Ever since she was a child Vittoria has been fascinated by her surrounding environment. But she has never realized that the outside world could have had such an impact on her thoughts. After years and years of examination of others, Her mind evolved. Encouraged by, first, moving to UK and, second, starting to study an artistic and noble practice such as photography.
Taking Henri Cartier-Bresson as a mental inspiration of capturing the “momentum” and Nan Goldin as example of raw documentary photographic style, Vittoria’s work questions the different conceptions of life - the one proposed to us though advertisement and the real one we live in day to day.