daniela bologna

daniela bologna

digital storyteller, she/her

open for work. offering idea development, copywriting, copyediting, curation, content creation, journalistic, archival and book design services. i am always interested in learning more about childhood, trees, world-building, grief, community, and building things with your hands. also on the lookout for a more permanent role that inspires me.

A month ago





A zine and are.na channel collaboration of moments that imbue the spirit of childhood, with prompts and investigations to keep close to your heart.

Work Experience

2024 — Now
Assistant at Sylvia Plachy
Queens, NY

Tending to Sylvia Plachy's personal archive, negative scanning, and other administrative tasks.

2020 — 2023
New York, NY

Member of core four-person team behind the planning, organizing and running of the week-long 2021 New Latin Wave Festival that took place online.

2022 — 2022

Helped inform their approach towards their child-like branding and messaging for the Kids Edition launch campaign and product.

2021 — 2021
Queens, NY

Assisted Sylvia Plachy with image selection, sequencing and InDesign use for her Guest Designer issue of Francis Ford Coppola's Zoetrope All-Story Magazine, featuring the words of Haruki Murakami and Ariel Dorfman.

2018 — 2019
New York, NY

New Latin Wave is a multidisciplinary platform showcasing, supporting and forging networks of Latinx artists and culture-workers creating outside of the mainstream.

2018 — 2018
Brooklyn, NY

Archived and worked with found photographs and recycled materials.

2017 — 2017
Intern at Equality for HER

Compiled research profiles of figures featured in the book Modern HERstory, published by Ten Speed Press.



Edited and re-worked our co-interview on the essences, the universality, and the sanctity of childhood.

What the Ginkgo Tree Bears, Eledgy for the Living Zine
The Wandering Musicians of Mexico City

Side Projects


A crowdsourced learning campaign.


A public and anonymous submission-based archive of old nonsensical phone notes that have been lost and found again.

Sana, Sana

A short film about a young girl who uses drawing as an escape and how children can find home in one another.


2017 — 2022
Journalism BFA, Photography BFA at New York University
New York, NY

Minor in film.


A* Extended Project Qualification from OCR

Investigating the question "Should artefacts in the British Museum be repatriated?"

Photoville at Brookyln Bridge Park
Brooklyn, NY
Ekran at Brooklyn Art Cave
Brooklyn, NY

Reimagining what the internet could be if it was built around furthering interpersonal relationships first and foremost.