Caterina Clerici is an independent visual journalist, writer and producer from Milan, Italy, based in New York. Her work focuses on global development, social justice and counter-narratives.
Previously, she was a freelance photo editor and VR producer at TIME, and an executive video and photo producer at Blink.la, for clients like Google, Airbnb, Politico, Chase, Open Table, Thomson Reuters, Oxford University Press, Brookfield Place, Time Out, and many others.
She is a 2012 graduate of Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism, and received her B.A. in Development Studies and Politics from the School of Oriental and African Studies in London.
International Reporting Grants:
2017 - HERwanda - Conquering Gender Equality in Rwanda, Innovation in Development Reporting Grant from the European Journalism Centre.
2016 - Casa Publica Residency for International Journalists in Rio de Janeiro, Investigative reporting residency at Agencia Pública investigative agency, focusing on human rights abuses ahead of the 2016 Rio Olympics.
2015 - The African Energy Project, Innovation in Development Reporting Grant from the European Journalism Centre.
2015 - Can Tourism “Save” Haiti?, Innovation in Development Reporting Grant from the European Journalism Centre.