photography & design
Acclaimed international photographer Loredana Sangiuliano has worked in New York City and Toronto for over two decades and is currently based in Amsterdam. Her work covers boudoir, celebrity, portraits and fashion.  Loredana's gracious images have an aesthetic style of elegance and artistry. She holds a BA in Visual and Media Arts, and her photographs have been widely published and exhibited.



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Honorable Mention: Contrasts International Juried Show | NYC Ads, New York, NY June 2011 (Juried by Ruth Fremson, NY Times photographer)

2014 - Atlantic Gallery, New York, NY Small Wonders | Boudoir (catalog)
2014 - Museum of the City of New York, NY Rising Waters 2.0 | Hurricane Sandy
2013 - NOoSPHERE Gallery, New York, NY A Fly on the Wall | Secretive (catalog)
2013 - Narrows Center for the Arts, Fall River, MA Petroleum Paradox: For Better Or For Worse | Smokestacks
2012 - Denise Bibro Fine Art, Inc., New York, NY Petroleum Paradox | Smokestacks (catalog)
2012 - The Kinsey Institute Gallery, Bloomington, IN  Man As Object – Reversing The Gaze | Bodybuilder 1
2011 - SOMArts Cultural Center, San Francisco, CA Man As Object – Reversing The Gaze | Bodybuilder 1 and 2 (catalog)
2011 - Soho Photo Gallery, New York, NY Contrasts | Before the Storm (catalog)
2011 - The Pen and Brush, Inc., New York, NY Is It Fine Art? Does It Matter? | Flower 1 and 3
2011 - Macy’s, New York, NY A Woman’s World | Woman Carrying Basket
2011 - Callahan Center Art Gallery, St. Francis College, Brooklyn, NY Perspectives On Time | Shipwreck
2011 - The Durst Organization Show Walls, New York, NY New Visions | Secretive
2010 - Ward-Nasse Gallery, New York, NY | No Escape
2002 - Gallery Arts India, New York, NY Art Auction for South Asia Against Aids Foundation | Gate

Stories We Tell, Purgatory, Phoenix Gallery, 2013
Reflections Yale Divinity, Women's Journeys: Progress And Peril, Woman Carrying Basket, 2011
New York Graffiti, 2010

Professional Women Photographers, Women’s Caucus for Art

Community Service Committee and Mentoring PWP: Women in Need (WIN)