HAIR & MAKE UP
Mia Le Journal – Chiara Scelsi
Mia Le Journal
Mia Le Journal – special Chanel
Mia Le Journal – Sailor
Mia Le Journal – Sun Protection
MIA LE JOURNAL – SPECIALE GUCCI
Mia Le Journal – Enjoy the silence
L’Officiel Brasil – The Italian Villa
Mia Le Journal – Elisa Sednaoui
Mia Le Journal – Chambre 74
Mia Le Journal – kids
Mia Le Journal – Suburbia
Mia Le Journal – Mom jeans
Spaghetti Mag – Alessandra Airò
Mia Le Journal – La sorgente
Grazia Mexico and Latino America
Evening Standard Magazine – Emma Mackey
Switch Magazine – The Academy
Mia Le Journal
D La Repubblica
VANITY FAIR – MARIA CHIARA GIANNETTA
MIA LE JOURNAL
Mia Le Journal – Last Night
Carpisa – SS19
Carpisa – Mare
Front Row Shop – FW19
Solotre – SS21
Born in Rome, Roberta lives between her city and Milan.
She started working as a professional photographer in 2000 and her work is mainly focused on Fashion and Celebrities Portraits photography.
Her images have been published by national and international magazines, such as Vanity Fair, Officiel Paris, Officiel Italia, Officiel Brazil, Madame Figarò, Vogue Japan, W Korea, Hapers Barzaar Brazil, Grazia Italia, Grazia Francia, Veranda Magazine, Cosmopolitan, Io Donna, Elle Italia, Marie Claire, Gioia, Glamour, D della Repubblica, Gala, Pshycologies, Flair, etc.
Since February 2014 she has been the photo editor of Mia le Journal, a biannual magazine/book of art and fashion distributed in the most important international concept stores.
She has created Fashion Campaigns, catalogues and advertisements such as NIKKOR International, Bulgari Profumi, AwLab, Sandro Ferrone, Worldwide Campaign of Hamilton watches, Galerie Lafayette, Carpisa, Roccobarocco, Hibourama, Giaquinto Bags, Nike, Tirdy, Frankie Garage, Tourism Campaign of Norway, Malta, Jordan and South Africa ; and has worked for Fendi, Bulgari, Desigual, ENEL, Exxon Mobile, Alcatel, Abbott, Nikon Italia, etc.
Her photos are always elegant, characterized by a very clean and strong composition: the result of a continuous aesthetic research that makes them always different even if characterized by the same stylistic feature.