Francesca Trianni is a staff video producer at TIME, where she has worked since 2013. She has contributed to many of TIME’s most important stories, including features for Person of the Year and Time 100.
Francesca produced, filmed and reported Finding Home: a year-long multimedia project on the Syrian refugee crisis told through the lives of three babies: Rahaf, Heln, and Faraj. Finding Home won the top prize at the 2018 World Press Photo contest for Innovative Storytelling. Her work was also nominated for an Emmy and awarded a National Murrow Award.
A native Italian speaker, Francesca graduated with honors from the Columbia Journalism School in New York.
World Press Photo, Innovative Storytelling, First Place, "Finding Home."
News & Documentary Emmy Awards, Nomination, "Finding Home."
POYi, Online Feature Story Visual Editing, First Place, “Finding Home.”
RTDNA National Murrow Award, Digital Innovation, First Place, “Finding Home.”
RTDNA National Murrow Award, Excellence in Social Media, First Place, “Finding Home.”
Deadline Club, Digital Innovation, First Place, “Finding Home.”
ASME, Digital Innovation, finalist, "Finding Home."
The Society of Publication Designers, Best Mobile Experience, finalist, "Finding Home."
Livingston Awards, International Reporting, finalist, "Syrians Next Door."
Front Page Award, Online Digital Video, "Buying Time."
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