Hi, I am Fedi.

I grew up in Italy, lived all around Europe and since 2016, settled in Switzerland. After having graduated in Translation and Interpretation and worked in digital marketing, I started to work full time as a photographer. It is not easy when you start from 0 and have to build you clients network, however I believe in persevering, especially when you have a passion that can take you really far. I love languages and communication, so I find myself at ease meeting people from all around the world. Thanks to my experience in marketing and communication, I am able to assist my clients in social media management and I like the variety in my job, as I think that digital creative arts are all connected. I also teach photography to amateurs and anyone who owns a photo camera willing to improve and I love to organise workshops.

Upcoming events

How to Tell Stories (Easily) Through Photography

I am very happy to have the opportunity to speak about my experience with photography and share my thoughts about how to tell a story; I will share some tips and advices on how to improve the quality of your photos and much more. Thanks to Women in Digital for organising this event!

25.09.2019 from 18h30 to 20h30 at Liip, rue Etraz 4, Lausanne, Switzerland




Still Life & Culinary







Culinary photography

Portraits in nature

One to one

Lightroom CC

Photoshop CC

Basics of DSLR


Social media

Community management 

Social Strategy

Live Events coverage 

Creation of content

Multiple languages


Websites & Graphic



“We had the pleasure of working with Fedi in Switzerland, she is one of the most amazing and talented photographers ever!! My fiancé and I were both kind of nervous as this was our first formal photoshoot but she made us feel extremely comfortable. Fedi knew exactly which shots to capture and had such an eye for an artistic vision! We are in absolute awe of our pictures, they are breathtaking and captured us perfectly! We highly recommend working with Fedi, she is so much fun, calm and like a friend. I hope”