Born in Naples, Vanina Sorrenti was raised from the age of nine in New York city. The sister of photographers Davide and Mario Sorrenti, and the daughter of photographer Francesca Sorrenti, beautiful images are in her blood. Creating romantic, intelligent and modern photographs, Vanina’s work has appeared in magazines such as Japanese Vogue, British Vogue, French Vogue, Numero, Vogue Homme, i-D, Index, and V and in exhibitions including Imperfect Beauty at the V&A, the Quatre Jeune Famme Photograph at the 213 Gallerie in Paris and Creative Futures-Women Only at NESTA. Books she has contributed to include Women seeing Women, Vogue Unseen, Porn?, Water Culture, No Confines, Fashion and Style the best from 20 years of i-D and Women on Fashion. If she wasn’t a photographer, Vanina thinks she would be a psychic.
Describe yourself… Controlling, intuitive, passionate, methodicallyspontaneous, stubborn
Favourite film? Broadway Danny Rose by Woody Allen.