Simona Aru is a native of the beautiful island of Sardinia, where she studied photography at the European Institute of Design in Cagliari. She has since lived in Venice, New York and London.With an exceptional eye for processing black and white fine art photography, Aru taught in Venice before going on to work at New York's famous Laboratory68, processing the works of luminaries such as Peter Lindbergh, Peter Bear, Richard Avedon and Michel Comte.Her own photography has appeared in magazines around the world such as, Conde Nast's Vogue Francais and Italia, America Oggi, Panorama, and Espresso. Her campaign clients have included Gracious Homes, Bergdorf Goodman, Coca-Cola, and Interior Design Magazine. Her personal work is continually developing, as she creates fine art through the photographic medium. Her work has been exhibited internationally including The White Box and ABC No Rio Gallery in New York and the V&A Museum of Children and London’s Southbank.In 2007 Aru moved to London, where she currently lives, works, and continues to advance her own practice.In 2014 Aru self-published a photographic book via Hurtwood Press which was the winner of the British Book Design and Production Award that year.