Alice Pastorelli (1992) lives and works as a photographer in Florence. After graduating in Communication Sciences, she obtained a Master in Fashion Communication at the Polimoda International Institute. In 2014, in New York, she attended The Open City workshop led by Andres Gonzalez and Carolyn Drake (Magnum). She carries out her first project “Who are the real New Yorkers”, an investigation into the identity of the New York people. She attended further courses going through documentary genre, fashion and commercial photography and collaborating with the Studio Associato CGE Fotogiornalismo in Florence, with publications for various newspapers. In 2018 she became a member of the “Scatto Libero” Non-Profit Association (Rome) for which she taught photography inside the Rebibbia prison and, currently, at a juvenile penitentiary. In 2018-2019 she attended the International Master in Documentary Photography with Davide Monteleone, at SpazioLabò (Bologna) after which she was selected to be part of the Canon Student Program during Visa Pour L’Image, Perpignan (2019). “DIVA: no one can be himself” was selected as: Best portfolio at PhotoLux Festival (2018). By virtue of this recognition, the winning selection was screened as part of the Luz del Norte Festival which took place in 2019 in Mexico City; finalist and winner during “Magnum Photos Days” at the Carispezia Foundation (2019). In 2020, she took part as lecturer during the Canon Student Program during Visa Pour L’image, Perpignan.