Giorgia Napoletano is an Italian photographer. She is very young, discovering her taste for digital art and media at the young age of sixteen. Since then, she has been published in New Zealand, Australian and European editorials. Her skills are self-taught and her talent produces haunting dispositions of body metamorphosis. The images are variations of black and white washes that illustrate the body bleeding and disintegrating into blank space.

Her work is an expression of her emotions, self-analyzation and improvement. She takes nude images of herself and manipulates them to express her inner dimension. Her photos are manipulated through digital media, creating diffusing effects and juxtaposition. Her photos also express a form of confinement, evoking feelings of suffocation and escape; they literally peer inside herself to the very bones that make her.