Deborah Sinai is an Italian Photographer based in London.
Her pictures want to describe the way she sees the world, her passion for photography is the tool she has been using to express herself for the last ten years. Pictures come alive with feelings.
She prefers Black and White to capture the mood in portraits and fine-art images, Color to express the reality in her reportages.
Few years ago she moved to London where she studied at the London College of Printing and the Central Saint Martin College of Art & Design. Her works have been published in a number of local and international magazines and have won first price awards. Recent solo exhibitions held in London and in Italy have included a project on Self-Portraits made by Visually Impaired People called "Points of View"; a reportage about the Concentration Camps in Poland called "Full Empty Places"; a reportage about Masai Tribe in Kenya called "Eyes from Kenya" and a series of her work in an exhibition called " Traces of a Journey". She is currently working as a portrait and reportage freelance photographer in London and Milan.