Fluster Magazine

Claudia Moroni was born in Rome the day that Chernobyl’s radioactive fallout reached the city and, in spite of her mother’s worries that she would grow an extra arm, she is a “normal” 6ft tall girl who looks anything but Italian. Currently she lives in London, where she works as a freelance photographer and assistant.

Interviewed by Chiara Costantino

[Traduzione in italiano in basso]


Hi Claudia! How did you come to photography?

When I was a teenager, I discovered Photoshop and I started experimenting with photomanipulation. At the time, it was hard to find good stock photos on the web and I grew increasingly frustrated until I decided to take my own pictures with a little rubbish digital camera. Skip forward a few years and I’m studying New Technologies for the Arts at the Academy of Fine Arts of Brera, but the course is very disorganised and I’m…

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