Sara Furlanetto is a 24 year old photographer whose interest lies in documenting society focusing on migration, women’s rights and environmental issues. Her work has been so far published in The Wire, Inter Press Service, The New Humanist, British Journal of Photography, Positive Magazine, Novelty, ARTEFACT, The Metropolist
She graduated from the London College of Communication in 2016 with a degree in Photojournalism & Documentary Photography. During her studies she collaborated with a London branch of the English charity Foodbank.

In 2015 she started investigating on the topic of people on the move reaching Europe, travelling between Italy, France and Germany to meet asylum seekers in the most diverse contexts.

In 2016 she spent some time in central Italy to document the aftermath of the earthquake.

Between 2016 and 2017 she has interned at Otium, a creative studio in Treviso, assisting on both cultural, corporate, and advertising works. In the meanwhile she collaborated with the Refugee Journalism Project, launched by the London College of Communication and the Ngo Migrant Resource Centre, producing photos and a video in collaboration with refugee journalists participating to the project.

Currently she is undertaking a Master in Cultural Anthropology at Ca’ Foscari University in Venice.



2017 Bold for change at Adam&eve, London, UK

2017 Beyond borders at the London College of Communication, UK

2017 Antico Borgo di Villa Emo, TV, Italy

2016 Ian Parry Scholarship Awards at Downstairs at Mother, London, UK

2016 Common Action Forum at Hotel Wellington, Madrid, Spain

2016 Graduation exhibition at London College of Communication, UK

2016 Spazio Zephiro, Castelfranco Veneto, Italy


IT: +39 3483813738

UK: +44 7818856035


Currently based near Venice, Italy.