Ilaria Sagaria was born in Palomonte (SA) in 1989. In 2008 she moved to Neaples to attend the Academy of Fine Arts, graduating both in painting and in photography. In 2015 she won the international photographic contest by the Ariano International Film Festival and followed by winning the Sette opere di Misericordia Prize organized by the Museum of Pio Monte della Misericordia in Naples, in the next year. She exposed some photos in the selfportrait collection of the Museum in Senigallia and they were also published by Giorgio Bonomi in his book Il corpo Solitario. L’autoscatto nella fotografia contemporanea. In 2018 she was selected by Antonio Biasiucci to attend the Laboratorio irregolare, a two years master class. In the same year, she won the Biennale of the Young Photographer in Italy and she was also selected by the Portfolio Italia contest, with the work Pain is not a privilege. She worked as photographer in Naples and Munich and currently as photography and graphic design professor in Italy. Photography is her happiness.