Raffaella Losito is a multidisciplinary creative driven by the passion for cultural heritage. The focus of her work is digital preservation, promotion and enjoyment of heritage assets – combining the fields of photography and graphic design.

● Photography for cultural heritage collections with both traditional and scientific technologies, including 3D photogrammetry & multispectral imaging (UV & IR) 
● Visual design for both print and digital products (websites, social media, commercial brands, exhibitions, publications, illustrations)

2017 — MA of Arts in CULTURAL HERITAGE PHOTOGRAPHY at ISIA Urbino (Italy)
2014 — BA of Arts in MULTIMEDIA DESIGN ART at Academy of Fine Arts (Urbino, Italy)

Currently working as Senior Photographer for the Cambridge University LibraryPast employers include the Ashmolean Museum, British Library, Wellcome Collection, and Bespoke Archive Digitisation.
I regularly collaborate as a freelance Graphic Designer with the Four Corners gallery to curate their exhibition catalogues and gallery components.
Between February and April 2022 I worked as a freelance Photography Teacher at the Arbury Community Centre (Cambridge), because I wanted to instill my passion for photography in other people and provide my local community a chance to connect through creativity. 
In the personal practice, I am interested in how new media can interact with analogue productions, creating new visual interpretations and storytelling of old photographs, maps and curious objects.
© Picture Akram Zaatari, from the project Against Photography