Federico Borella is a freelance photojournalist.
Internationally published, Federico has more than 10 years of experience as a news photographer and reportage working for both national and foreign magazines, agencies and publications, including Newsweek, Time Magazine, CNN, Stern, Days Japan, XL Semanal, National Geographic USA, NZZ, Alpha magazine, Magazinet Norway, Aftenposten, Dagens Nyether, among others. 

Well versed in video making with advanced knowledge of storytelling, composition, lighting and post production— Federico is an educator in photography and photojournalism. 

Borella completed a degree in Classical Literature & Meso-american Archeology at the Alma Mater Studiorum University of Bologna in 2008. He then completed a Master in Photography Journalism at the Jhon Kaverdash Academy of Milan. From 2009-2015, he worked as commissioned photographer for John Hopkins University in Bologna. 

He is also a contributing photographer for the International photojournalism agency Parallelozero.
In September 2017 he screened at “Visa pour l’image" two different projects: “The enduring life of a quad amputee veteran” and “Sheroes” and he was also a member of the jury of the Visa d'Or news section. 

Actually his work on acid attack victims in India is exhibited all around the world thanks to the Paris Photo Prize.

Member of the Jury of the “Visa d’Or” 2017 news section
Winner of the Lens Culture emerging talent award 2017
Winner of the Silver in Press Feature Story PX3 2018
Winner of Life Framer 2018 Open Call
Finalist of Lumix International Festival of Young Photojournalism

Leica Akademie teacher