Romina Vinci is an italian 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, 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 (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).