Photographer based in Bern, Switzerland.
Daniela Constantini is a Mexican photographer living in Bern, Switzerland. She graduated from Documentary Practice and Visual Journalism at the International Center of Photography (ICP), located in the heart of New York City in 2016, where she was awarded the Rita K. Hillman Excellence Award for her documentary project Days Of Silence.
In 2019 Her portraits on the subject "Woman-Women Faces" "Color, Femininity & Beauty" offered by Dior Photography Award For Young Talents, supported by LUMA Arles, were selected by Dominique Issermann, Maja Hoffmann, Sonia Sieff, Peter Philips, Simon Baker & Claude Martinez to be presented in a collective exhibition alongside nine laureates from the most prestigious photography schools around the world in Rencontres de la photographie d'Arles. Daniela's work represented the International Center Of Photography (ICP).
In September 2019, her still life work was selected by Alison Zavos founder of Feature Shoot and The Print Swap and editor Ellyn Kail to be exhibited in a collective exhibition at Photoville, a premier photography destination held at the Brooklyn Bridge Park, New York.
In 2015 Errr-Magazine, a Mexican magazine devoted to art and literature published her first novel, El gato me da igual. She holds a Bachelor's degree in Communication and a major in Journalism from Universidad Ibero located in Mexico City.
2019- “The Print Swap Exhibition”, as part of Feature Shoot and The Print Swap exhibiting “Untitled” a still life photograph, Photoville, Brooklyn, New York..
2019- "DIOR The Art Of Color" DIOR Photography Award For Young Talents, Rencontres de la photographie d'Arles, France.
2019 - "Still Life & Portraiture" Criterion Festival, Zürich, Switzerland.
2016 - "Days of Silence" for Another Kind of Paradise, International Center of Photography, New York.