isabella ginanneschi
photography

Isabella Ginanneschi is an image maker with a roving eye. Her portfolio varies from the glamour of the premier fashion-elite and clique hospitality venues to the humbleness of documenting the life of the shaman in the Indonesian rainforest.

Isabella began her career as an art director in Milan and worked in collaboration with Italian Conde' Nast to bring to life many high profile fashion campaigns in Vogue and related publications.

Her talents led her to New York, where she landed a contract as Art Director of Barneys', after teaming up with the agency Keeble Cavaco and Duka. Thereafter, she was appointed as a designer for Mademoiselle, Associate Editor for Big Magazine and collaborated with Annie Flanders at Details magazine.

Her international reputation piloted numerous collaborations with the likes of Calvin Klein, Oscar de la Renta, Diesel, Revlon, Joan Vass USA, Go Silk and several  illustrious photographers, such as Steven Meisel, Bruce Weber, David Lachapelle, Peter Lindbergh, Mario Testino.

These collaborations added breadth to her vision as she started exploring creative assignments with her camera in hand. This furthered her role with her clients, including the development of powerfully composed campaigns for John Hardy alongside collaborations with Cole Haan, Hunters Boots and other international design houses and retailers.

Assignments from publications such as Elle Decoration, Vogue, Marie Claire Maison, Architectural ­­Digest, The Rob Report and InStyle among others established her new talent.

Abbeville Press New York published her book “At Home in Bali” and is currently launching her new book"Bali Sustainable Visions".  A number of publications have featured her photographs and soon to be published by Assouline is her latest "In the spirit of Bali".

Special editions include “A classic devotion”with Steven  Meisel and Don Freeman (Carmelo Pomodoro) and“Lisa Stansfield”(Hill Shorter UK)

Isabella’s fine art photography is represented by the Staley Wise Gallery in New York and is embodied among significant private collections

Isabella Ginanneschi currently lives between New York and Bali.