Rosetta Bonatti once completed her high school studies in Cremona, attended an artistic training to become a softwaredeveloper, choice dictated by her strong passion for photography, crafts that overlap in the common ground of graphic harmony interest. The artist describes her own artistic project as instinctive, guided to its realisation by the eye: subjects of her photographs are urban environments, with scents of concrete and of unavoidable human presence. Rosetta Bonatti pursues her profession and at the same time elaborates a personal photographic technique during her numerous journey in Italy and abroad: Lisbona, Roma, Copenhagen are portrayed according to geometries and combinations that are evidently well planned, without losing, however, their characteristic spontaneity. The artist’s vast studies and her great experience resulted in her appointment as finalist at the SIPA contest in 2016, along side being awarded the first prize with Vivere con lentezza in 2015. Several shots were chosen and used by various foreign publishers in the covers of novels and books, among them Le Juge ti prend son luth, Rivages editions; Spanisch, Langenscheidt editions; she also edited the cover of the Wroclaw Baroque Orchestra CD.