Sabrina Caramanico · Portfolio selection

Mar 19, 2018

Sabrina is a young Italian photographer with a penchant for hidden and unordinary topics. Shooting mainly in B&W, Sabrina creates images that are gloomy, thrilling and fascinating at the same time. Each of her photographs contains a story itself, conveying numerous feelings that can transport us to our darkest sides.

am - First of all thank you very much for your contribution to our project. Can you please introduce yourself for us?

SC - I was born in 1985 in a town nestled in the mountains of Abruzzo, Italy. At the age of 22 I decided to leave geology studies and fully dedicate myself to photography as self-taught.


am - How did you start in photography?

SC - I started taking pictures as a child with a compact film camera and never stopped taking pictures since then.


am - What inspires your work?

SC - I'm inspired by everything, the place where I live, nature, trees, my dreams, music, movies, people, etc.


am - How would you describe your visual language?

SC - Instinctive, raw.

am - We can see that you have a preference for ghostly and eerie topics, what is your motivation behind this?

SC - I have always been attracted by 'the different' and what is out of the ordinary. I'm interested in the part of things that are not seen, the hidden side, I focus on this, but I can't give you a reason why I do it.


am - Who are your favourite photographers / artists?

SC - Anton Corbijn, Susan Meiselas, Larry Towell, Diane Arbus, Sally Mann…


am - What are your main interests as an artist?

SC - To tell stories and to share my vision and perception of the world I see.


am - What’s your favourite movie?

SC - "The Shining" by Stanley Kubrick.


am - What is your favourite photo book?

SC - "Haunted Air" by Ossian Brown.


am - Thank you very much for your time and your contribution to analog magazine.

All images © Sabrina Caramanico

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