The project by Donna Ferrato is the third episode. Many conflict photographers talk about getting “close” to their subjects; but perhaps none get closer than Donna Ferrato. For more than 30 years, Donna has been making deep and lasting relationships with women, and then asking to take their pictures on the worst day of their lives
Donna Ferrato brought a quick wit and joie de vivre to an onstage interview with NPR personality Alex Chadwick at the LOOK3 photo festival in Charlottesville on Friday afternoon. A unifying theme of their wide-ranging discussion was Ferrato’s belief in th
LOOK3 Festival of the Photograph announced today that Alex Webb, Donna Ferrato and Stanley Greene will be the featured “INsight” artists at this year’s festival, to be held June 7–9 in Charlottesville, VA. As featured artists the photographers will create
Donna Ferrato started chronicling sexual adventurers on the edge of eroticism. But she was jolted into action when she confronted domestic violence. Thirty years later, she is still photographing — and advocating for — victims of abuse.
Donna Ferrato’s raw, energetic black-and-white images capture shadowy figures walking alone on wet pavement. There are compelling scenes of construction workers seen through steam and dust hammering Belgian block pavement, and of celebrities and everyday New Yorkers strolling down side streets as if they were fashion catwalks.