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Helen M. Giovanello has spent years documenting the human condition in an intimate and personal way. Her work has been published, exhibited ans sold internationally to magazines as well private collectors and museums.

Born in London Helen grew up in Torino, Italy studied Philosophy and Human Science at the University of Torino

From 1984 to 1994 she lives in Paris and study dance, theater, video and photography.

1994 Helen moves to New York and in 1996 she receive the Certificate in General Studies of Photography at the International Centre of Photography.

1999 her work is part of “Biennale di Fotografia” in Turin Italy.

2001 she is among the few selected to attend the prestigious Eddie Adams Workshop.

2004 Casa Italiana of the New York University host an exhibition of Helen’s most intimate work “I love you”.

2005 she is the finalist of the prestigious Gordon Parks award.

2007 she is the guest photographer for the book “Primavera Italiana” published in Tokyo.

2008 she receives an Honorable mention in the PX3 photo competition Paris.

2009 "Regards sur le Sida en Inde" book with NGO Help France/ HelpIndia, forewords by Dominique Lapierre.

2012&15 Her work on Ugandan Children Soldiers is published in books for Anthropology study in USA.

From 2010 Helen integrate the teaching of Iyengar yoga into her life.

The evolution of her spiritual seeking brings a new approach to life and photography. Stepping away from the documentary journalist style she spend years without photographing. Since 2013 a more meditative vision appears to be the new path.

 

Helen currently lives in Paris, France and can be contacted by mail at: helengiovanello@yahoo.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Helen M. Giovanello has spent years documenting the human condition in an intimate and personal way. Her work has been published, exhibited ans sold internationally to magazines as well private collectors and museums.

Born in London Helen grew up in Torino, Italy studied Philosophy and Human Science at the University of Torino

From 1984 to 1994 she lives in Paris and study dance, theater, video and photography.

1994 Helen moves to New York and in 1996 she receive the Certificate in General Studies of Photography at the International Centre of Photography.

1999 her work is part of “Biennale di Fotografia” in Turin Italy.

2001 she is among the few selected to attend the prestigious Eddie Adams Workshop.

2004 Casa Italiana of the New York University host an exhibition of Helen’s most intimate work “I love you”.

2005 she is the finalist of the prestigious Gordon Parks award.

2007 she is the guest photographer for the book “Primavera Italiana” published in Tokyo.

2008 she receives an Honorable mention in the PX3 photo competition Paris.

2009 "Regards sur le Sida en Inde" book with NGO Help France/ HelpIndia, forewords by Dominique Lapierre.

2012&15 Her work on Ugandan Children Soldiers is published in books for Anthropology study in USA.

From 2010 Helen integrate the teaching of Iyengar yoga into her life.

The evolution of her spiritual seeking brings a new approach to life and photography. Stepping away from the documentary journalist style she spend years without photographing. Since 2013 a more meditative vision appears to be the new path.

 

Helen currently lives in Paris, France and can be contacted by mail at: helengiovanello@yahoo.com