Greta Stella (Pietra Ligure 1992) is an Italian documentary photographer based between Genova, Milan and Turin. Graduated in New Media at DAMS School in Turin, she starts working as copywriter and photographer in the communication field, for art, culture and design realities. Through storytelling and portraiture, her work focuses on commisioned and personal projects with a social background and strongly linked to a visual and intimate research on humankind and its roots. With the long term project “First, the language”, born in a Mik'maq reserve in Quebec (Canada), she has started investigating the revival of ancient and native languages remitted and erased by colonialism and new modern politics. For her work "Volontaria Mente", a photo project realized during the COVID-19 pandemic in Italy, she has been awarded by Presidente della Repubblica as Cavaliere al Merito. Her works have been published on BBC News, El Pais, Corriere della Sera, La Stampa, Ansa, La Repubblica, Marie Claire Italia,  El Confidencial, 1854, C41 Magazine, Il Secolo XIX,
2020 VOLONTARIA MENTE / Festival del Giornalismo di Ronchi dei Legionari in memoria di Daphne Caruana Galizia  - Gorizia (Italy)
2020 BRASIL - REPORTING FOR HOPE ONLUS / Covid-19 Storie di Speranza Exhibition along Corso Vittorio Emanuele -  Milan (Italy)
2021 FIRST THE LANGUAGE /  1854 Media - Edition 365 NTF exhibition in collaboration with New Art City
2022 VOLONTARIA MENTE / CoviDiaries exhibition / Parallelo Zero Agency ,  Fabbrica del Vapore - Milan (Italy)