Federica Armstrong is a documentary photographer based in the San Francisco Bay Area.
She works with non-profit organizations and on editorial assignments and is passionately devoted to storytelling.
Federica provides her clients with powerful images for annual reports, websites and social media as well as documentary-style multimedia. Her skills include traditional documentary photography, environmental portraiture, event photography as well as live-posting of non-profit events to social media.
Federica has worked with nonprofit organizations all over the San Francisco Bay Area including, among others:
Habitat for Humanity Greater San Francisco
Community Housing Partnership
UNICEF San Francisco
Ravenswood Family Health Center
IRC International Rescue Committee
In 2015 Federica has founded the Palo Alto Photography Forum, a new lecture series showcasing distinguished photojournalists and promoting conversations on global and local issues through photography and visual storytelling. The Forum hosts 2-3 events per year with an average attendance of 150+ people per event. Previous speakers include: Matt Black, Alex Webb and Rebecca Norris, Ed Kashi, Lynn Johnson, Stephanie Sinclair, Gideon Mendel among others.
A native of Italy, Federica has lived in many countries all over the world and is fluent in Italian, English, French, Spanish and has basic understanding of Dutch.