about me

Monia Antonioli is a London based photojournalist.
She focuses mainly on humanitarian photography,  but her portraits are also appreciated within the theatre and social events industry.
Monia’s work highlights the values of several Charities and NGOs, i.e. Glad’s House (Street Children Support in Mombasa – Kenya), Mustard Seed Project Kenya (Educational Project in the outskirts of Mombasa, Kenya), CESVI (Cooperation and Development), 
ANPPCAN (African Network for Prevention and Protection Against Child Abuse), EMERGENCY (support and medical care for the victims of war and land mines), Women for Women International (support to marginalised women in countries affected by war), LCN (Latitude Care Network, Uganda),  Christianna Foundation (Nigeria).

Her collaboration with smaller organisations aims to acknowledge the power of normal people whose conscience empowered them to take action. Her images show the organisations’ projects and are employed to raise awareness and engage more people in supporting the causes.
She also documented events hosted by The Guardian, BBC and Corner Magazines.

Her exhibition “Indoors” has been shown as part of the event “Ottobre Africano – 2012”, a festival that promotes African culture across Europe every year; part of the same exhibition is currently displayed at “Wall and Rah” Art Gallery in Millbrook, NY.
Monia also hosted a few solo exhibitions in London.

She speaks English, Italian, Spanish and French.
Available for assignments.