Sara Creta is an italian multimedia-journalist, specializing in inspired coverage of humanitarian issues worldwide. With an emphasis on stories that dignify the human struggle, she works closely with NGOs and social service groups to document on-the-ground conditions in forced migration situation, human rights violation, crisis management and cultures in transition. She is fluent in multimedia techniques including audio field-recording and video production.
She has been working with the communication department and on the field with Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders in humanitarian contexts like Chad, Democratic Republic of Congo and Bangladesh. In 2016, as part of MSF’s campaign to highlight the deadly routes refugees and migrants are taking to Europe, she spent 4 months on a search and rescue vessel in the Mediterranean Sea.
“In the very humanity of a gesture, what I look for are the emotions we all share.”
Striking imagery in her archives include counties like Brasil, Argentina, Paraguay, Morocco, Cameroon, Tunisia, Palestine, Gaza, Burkina Faso, DRC, Uganda, Rwanda, Lake Chad and Bangladesh.
“Photography reorganized what was accessible to the gaze,” Ariella Azoulay writes. She calls photographs “transit visas” and insists that the camera grants a kind of citizenship that transcends borders. Through the taking and viewing of images, new lines of belonging are drawn. We are citizens not of nations but of images.
Through the years she has worked in the communication aspects of the cultural industry for International events and festivals like Tocatì – International Festival of Street Games, World Social Forum and African Film Festival, providing leadership to staff and volunteers in managing all operations and affairs of the festival and fulfilling the mandate of the organizations.
«« B.A. Communication and Journalism } Verona University :: Italy
«« School of Journalism and Mass Media Studies } Aristotle University of Thessaloniki :: Greece
«« Social Communication } Universidade Caxias do Sul :: Brasil
«« Master in International Cooperation, Protection of Human Rights and Cultural Heritage in Mediterranean Sea and Eurasia } Bologna University :: Italy
«« Master in Moroccan Cultural Studies, identities and media } Université Ben Addellah Fes :: Morocco
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