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Dominique Catton was born in San Francisco CA and grew up in Rome, Italy. After receiving a BFA from Rome University of Fine Arts she attends a One Year Program at the International Center of Photography where she develops and intimate and poetic language in non narrative video structures and image sequences. Her work was exhibited at Flash Art Event in Milan, Rita Hilmann Gallery in New York, Instanbul Art Fair and is present in several collections around Europe. After collaborating as a curatorial consultant at Dumbo Arts Center in Brooklyn she moved to Mali where she worked as a teaching professor in Art and Multimedia at Bamako’s Conservatoir des Arts and the Centre pour la Formation Photographique and then Cameroon where she collaborated as a visual artist for different organisations while working on her personal projects involving the local communities. Since September 2015 Dominique lives in London, UK.
Visual Communication strategies and Rich media content producer
• Produced reportages and videos on WWF's activities on the ground • Developed and implemented visual communication strategies for WWF's website
Organized video and photography training and workshops for fine arts students
• Produced reportages and videos on WFP's humanitarian activities on the ground • Developed and implemented visual communication strategies for WFP’s website and donor reports
Produced commercial videos and photography shoots for TvTrip, leading hotel and restaurants video online platform
• Responsible for the visual content of humanitarian web journal Carenews (www.carenews.com) • Managed production of communication content, photo and video
Assisted the director in all aspects of events organization and exhibitions for the foundation. Set up and managed social media platforms, visual communication and event communication strategies.
Designed and implemented visual communication strategies for the foundation