After finishing her studies, Fiorella Vair feels the need of telling her personal vision of the world through her best friend, a new camera, her beloved father’s gift. Photography became for her, shy and always enchanted by her own world, the only way to truly express herself. After her father’s premature demise, F. Vair suddenly interrupted her activity as a photographer. However, three years later, she acquired a Lumix: in that moment she really understand that she would truly become a photographer. She awhile experimented the street photography and then she majored in fixes lenses portraiture, a sophisticated technique which allow to take photos even with scarce brightness. Through self-timer photography, F. Vair discovers also herself. To overwhelm anxiety, fears and melancholy she is strongly inspired by Brooke Shaden and she finds in irony the effective solution. So the artist usually modifies and adjusts her photos with the help of specific programs in order to create a better vision of her own world as a sort of uncertain game. In the last years she obtained some important rewards: in 2015 and in 2016 she published her works on Digitalcamera and Nikon Photography, and, in the end, she won the Nikon Talent Prize as The best young photographer.