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Ania Lilith, or Stefania Sammarro is a 26-year old photographer and journalist based in Calabria, Italy. Her photography has been featured in Vogue Italia and ART+COMMERCE.

Ania Lilith, or Stefania Sammarro is a 26-year old photographer and journalist based in Calabria, Italy. Her photography has been featured in Vogue Italia and ART+COMMERCE.

Sammarro’s photographs of young women in empty rooms and wooded, pastoral settings are both haunting and emotionally resonant. Her aesthetic is informed by a love of silent cinema and nature.

Inspiration

I am inspired by my memories, by the nature and by the atmospheres created from music and film that I have heard and seen in my life.

Photography

The protagonists of my photographs are mostly female figures, sometimes they seem only visions, lost souls, represented in indoor locations or lost gardens: the soul is the only protagonist of my shots, in which Ania, as a director, is present. I love contrasts, I live in black and white, light and shadow. My life is full of color and darkness. Every time I see a subject I recreate it in my imagination. “Silence” is a shot created by chance. I was in the woods near my home, sun was setting and everything was dark. I tried to create an escape route, defined by light.My photo are taken especially in my country, Calabria. I have travelled a lot but only in this place I could realize what I really wanted. I feel so much my belonging with the territory, its villages, its people. [Official Website]
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