Born in 1992, Camilla Ferrari took her first photograph when she was 14. 

After majoring in Communication and Humanistic Studies at Università degli Studi in Milan, Italy, she completely dedicated herself to photography, deciding to attend several workshops with the photographers she admired the most - such as Gueorgui Pinkhassov, Harry Gruyaert and John Stanmeyer. In 2017 she graduated from the Italian Institute of Photography in Milan.

Early on, she was drawn to landscape photography, and over the years, her interest shifted gradually towards the relationship between human beings, their surroundings and stories.

In 2012 she worked as an assistant and agent to an Italian fashion photographer and the other members of his agency. In 2014 she worked as an assistant for photographer David Alan Harvey (Magnum Photos) during his Venice Workshop.

In 2015 she met the DxO team and since then she has been a brand ambassador for their new camera - the DxO ONE.

Since April 2016, she writes the monthly column “Dietro lo scatto” for the online magazine Osservatorio Digitale, where she explains the behind the scenes of her creative process.

In 2017 her work has been featured on iGNANT magazine and on Lomography.com.

She was selected by Photo Boîte as one of the 30 Under 30 Women Photographers for 2017 and was included in their exhibition in Rome (September 30 - October 30, 2017).

Her work was shortlisted for the Belfast Photo Festival 2017 and selected as a finalist in contests like Premio Voglino 2017, URBAN 2017 (TriestePhotoDays 2017) and LuganoPhotoDays 2017.