Federicavalabrega's Instagram Audience Analytics and Demographics

@federicavalabrega

United States

“I don’t think,” he insisted. “I feel,” Robert Mapplethorpe by Patty Smith. — Italian Portrait/Documentary Photographer📍Currently in Rome, Italy.
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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF FEDERICAVALABREGA

51.0% of federicavalabrega's followers are female and 49.0% are male. Average engagement rate on the posts is around 0.20%. The average number of likes per post is 63 and the average number of comments is 1.

Federicavalabrega loves posting about Photography, Travel, Modeling.

Check federicavalabrega's audience demography. This analytics report shows federicavalabrega's audience demographic percentage for key statistic like number of followers, average engagement rate, topic of interests, top-5 countries, core gender and so forth.

Followers
23,541
Avg Likes
63
Avg Comments
1
Posts
4,352
Global Rank
1,381,553
Country Rank
-
Category Rank
-

GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR FEDERICAVALABREGA

Female
51.0 %
Male
49.0 %

AUDIENCE INTERESTS OF FEDERICAVALABREGA

  • Travel & Tourism 62.94 %
  • Photography 59.48 %
  • Art & Design 53.89 %
  • Fitness & Yoga 49.50 %
  • Beauty & Fashion 47.10 %
  • Restaurants, Food & Grocery 43.99 %
  • Business & Careers 40.99 %
  • Technology & Science 39.56 %
  • Books and Literature 38.60 %
  • Movies and TV 37.62 %
  • Music 37.28 %
  • Sports 35.80 %
  • Home & Garden 35.14 %
  • Cars & Motorbikes 33.99 %
  • Healthy Lifestyle 33.73 %

RECENT POSTS

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Years back I was invited inside the very insular community of New Square in Upstate New York for the Jewish carnival or Purim celebrations. It was an experience like no other. In a neighborhood an hour and half outside of New York City, men and women walked on separate side of the streets and live in opposite worlds made of daily rules and religious doctrines entrenched in years of miss-interpreted traditions. I was both mesmerized by this little girl wondrous eyes and her innocence in admiring her older siblings sitting above her in a separate section from her brothers. All was silent in the women section while the men were dancing boisterously and drunk (women are not allowed to drink during Purim, while men are obliged to do so in the hope of loosing sense as a Mitzva to celebrare this holiday) below us...I will never forget the rage I felt that day even though I was born a Jewish woman myself. Yet, this child’s look gave me hope, she may find out her own truth herself one day as we all are. Every single day. Le chaim to that TRUTH that is good for each one of us and different from one another!!!!#OrthodoxJews #Jewish #Jeudaism #Orthodox #UpstateNY #NewSquare #NewYork #USA #2013 #outtake #memory #Purim #dream #newlife #covid_19 #coviddiaries #keepingthefaith #fatalism #believeinsigns #listentothesigns

33 2

Djerba la Douce, Paris 2013. - #motheranddaugther #OrthodoxJews #Jewish #Jeudaism #Orthodox #Paris #France #2013 #outtake #memory #hope #gala #dream #newlife #covid_19 #coviddiaries #keepingthefaith #fatalism #believeinsigns #listentothesigns

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Rummaging through my archives today in search for inspiration, I ran into an outtake back from 2012, during an Orthodox Jewish woman gala in the middle of November in Paris, France. The image never made it into my book “Daughters of the King,” but stays with me as that night was the most difficult time I had getting access to take a very few frames without getting kicked out of this very private event where I was completely out of place. I remember having to take a taxi all the way back outside of the Périphérique in the middle of the night. What a thrill through! I miss those days of sleepless night shooting into the unknown...onward to more days like the ones in which you are loosing track of time and space and get lost into the mist of a creative process that leads you astray from everything else. I’m ready for more! Milan, here I come tomorrow, show me that the show (and life) is indeed going on, I beg of you. ••• #sisters #OrthodoxJews #Jewish #Jeudaism #Orthodox #Paris #France #2012 #outtake #memory #hope #gala #dream #newlife #covid_19 #coviddiaries #keepingthefaith #fatalism #believeinsigns #listentothesigns

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Rome in the not-so-post-Covid era is a lover’s clique sometimes, (especially at sunset), yet again who are we to say that’s a bad trait? At last we kiss and hug and enjoy some vicinity...who knows how long this will last? Serendipity maybe indeed a sign of our new ‘renaissance’... #September #beauty #sunset #Aventino #Roma #covid_19 #coviddiaries #hope #home #identity #defininghome #aventinoserenade @fujifilm_northamerica

110 2

Evening stroll with a blue tone. Reminiscing the old city of Jerusalem. #September #nun #walking #beauty #sunset #Aventino #Roma #covid_19 #coviddiaries #hope #home #identity #defininghome #aventinoserenade @fujifilm_northamerica

62 5

These last two months have been a whirlwind of ups and downs and doubts of whether or not this life of mine back in my hometown would be worth all the many changes I just made to get here (including a very expensive and dangerous overseas flight). Questions arise daily. Gut wrenching feelings of being lost in my own city while not wanting to return back to my previous life in NY are a constant. And I don’t even try to hide the fact that I think more than half of the world is feeling fatigued by needing to identify where home really is at the moment. But then on a less than scorching hot afternoon, I get my camera out after a lazy summer hiatus and while walking in my new neighborhood, I run into two dance students preparing a video routine for a movie audition in Palermo next month. I stand there for a few minutes and observe their bodies oscillating by memory to the rhythm of an imaginary music and I realize until there is such beauty (even in their imperfections)to be found around Rome, there are no questions I’m here to stay, to seek it and hopefully give meaning to it as a sign that the new beginning is here, as slow as it seems to be coming. #September #slowdance #dance #beauty #Aventino #Roma #covid_19 #coviddiaries #hope #youth #futuregenerations #home #identity #defininghome #aventinoserenade @fujifilm_northamerica

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Mexicans from Tijuana look over the division wall at a police border patrol car tire prints on the San Diego beach front at sunset. A strange reality from back in December 2019 while on assignment for a story on deportation for @rollingstone. Hopefully one that will be short lived come November 6, 2020. Please, if you have the right to do so, go vote for democracy and give others less fortunate ones the right to freedom! ••• Another outtake from my story “Faces of Deportation.” #Deportation #Immigration #DACA #immigrants #storiesofhope #America #USA #CentralAmerica #caravanmigrante #weareallimmigrants #SanDiego #California #Tijuana #Mexico #PresidentialElections2020 #Elections2020 #filmisnotdead #Hasselblad @hasselblad ••• link in bio!

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Fredy was driving a bus in Guatemala some 20 years ago when the woman who would become his wife got on. “That’s where everything started,” he says. She came to the United States first; he followed on foot in 2002. They settled in Mississippi, where he found work at a chicken-processing plant. “I started from the very bottom — in the area where they cut the breast in half,” he says, but worked his way up, becoming a janitor, then a painter, and finally a mechanic. That’s what he was doing in August 2019 when he and 679 other undocumented workers were swept up in the largest coordinated workplace raid in ICE history. The day he was detained, he couldn’t stop thinking about his wife and four children, about his oldest daughter, Marleny, and the 15th birthday she had coming up. “In that moment, many things were running through my mind because my family was home and I didn’t know anything about them,” he says. “All my sons and daughters were born here. If we take them there, they are going to be immigrants like us.” The raid ostensibly targeted the executives at seven Mississippi plants, but to date none of them have been prosecuted. An ICE official expects that all of the workers, including Fredy, who was released with an ankle monitor, will be deported. A few months after the raid, many of them gathered to celebrate Fredy’s daughter’s quinceañera. “Even though we are going through tough times, the best solution is to come together, spend time together, and forget our sorrows,” he says. Fredy’s final hearing was set for June, but Rolling Stone has been unable to contact him since early spring, around the same time COVID-19 swept through his community — dozens of cases were reported at the same plants raided months earlier. Back in November, Fredy said he hoped the Trump administration realized it was wrong: “They left a lot of children without parents. With our kids, we can give back. A doctor, a lawyer — our daughters and sons can become that. If we have done something wrong, it was not because we want to take from your country, but because we want to give something good. #ICE #Deportation #Immigration #DACA #immigrants #storiesofhope #America #usa @hasselblad

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Fredy was driving a bus in Guatemala some 20 years ago when the woman who would become his wife got on. “That’s where everything started,” he says. She came to the United States first; he followed on foot in 2002. They settled in Mississippi, where he found work at a chicken-processing plant. “I started from the very bottom — in the area where they cut the breast in half,” he says, but worked his way up, becoming a janitor, then a painter, and finally a mechanic. That’s what he was doing in August 2019 when he and 679 other undocumented workers were swept up in the largest coordinated workplace raid in ICE history. The day he was detained, he couldn’t stop thinking about his wife and four children, about his oldest daughter, Marleny, and the 15th birthday she had coming up. “In that moment, many things were running through my mind because my family was home and I didn’t know anything about them,” he says. “All my sons and daughters were born here. If we take them there, they are going to be immigrants like us.” The raid ostensibly targeted the executives at seven Mississippi plants, but to date none of them have been prosecuted. An ICE official expects that all of the workers, including Fredy, who was released with an ankle monitor, will be deported. A few months after the raid, many of them gathered to celebrate Fredy’s daughter’s quinceañera. “Even though we are going through tough times, the best solution is to come together, spend time together, and forget our sorrows,” he says. Fredy’s final hearing was set for June, but Rolling Stone has been unable to contact him since early spring, around the same time COVID-19 swept through his community — dozens of cases were reported at the same plants raided months earlier. Back in November, Fredy said he hoped the Trump administration realized it was wrong: “They left a lot of children without parents. With our kids, we can give back. A doctor, a lawyer — our daughters and sons can become that. If we have done something wrong, it was not because we want to take from your country, but because we want to give something good. #ICE #Deportation #Immigration #DACA #immigrants #storiesofhope #America #usa @hasselblad

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“There was a moment in the story when we were in a church in Mississippi for the celebration of a Quinceanera, filled with Guatemalans dressed in their traditional clothing,” says photographer Federica Valabrega, herself an immigrant from Italy. “All I could hear was their Mayan dialect, and I remember having chills. I felt so included and so close to the immigrants reciting prayers in their own dialect to keep their identity intact. I felt ‘we were all immigrants’ in a foreign country trying to make ends meet, while never forgetting where we came from.” - Outtake from the story I shot for @rollingstone last year titled “Faces of Deportation”- #Deportation #Immigration #DACA #immigrants #storiesofhope #America #USA #CentralAmerica #caravanmigrante #weareallimmigrants #Carthage #Mississippi #filmisnotdead #Hasselblad @hasselblad ••• link in bio!

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An immigration patrol car takes rounds at sunset by the division wall with Tijuana, Mexico from the San Diego, California side. Another outtake from my story “Faces of Deportation” shot for @rollingstone last year. #Deportation #Immigration #DACA #immigrants #storiesofhope #America #USA #CentralAmerica #caravanmigrante #weareallimmigrants #SanDiego #California #Tijuana #Mexico #filmisnotdead #Hasselblad @hasselblad ••• link in bio!

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Outtake and favorite portrait from my story “Faces of Deportation” shot for @rollingstone last year - For 562 days, Suyapa and four of her children lived on the second floor of the First United Methodist Church of Germantown in Philadelphia. She came to the United States in 2014 after her oldest daughter was granted asylum. A victim of domestic violence, Suyapa, 38, had applied for a special visa, but ICE refused to defer her deportation while the application made its way through the system. That’s why the family sought refuge inside the church. She just didn’t expect to be there as long as she was. “It’s not so easy being in the sanctuary — the girls are closed in,” Suyapa said in September. “God gives me strength. People in the church are supportive.” Once a month, Suyapa cooked dinner for the parishioners; she hopes to one day open a Honduran restaurant. On March 12th, Suyapa’s visa was finally approved, and she left First United for the first time in nearly two years — just as the country was going into lockdown for COVID. Almost immediately, Suyapa got sick with symptoms of COVID. She recovered, but amid the economic crisis, she’s struggled to find work. “I feel safe,” she says. “It’s just when the rent is due, I start to worry.” ••• #ICE #Deportation #Immigration #DACA #immigrants #storiesofhope #America #USA #CentralAmerica #caravanmigrante #weareallimmigrants #Queens #NY #NYC #filmisnotdead #Hasselblad @hasselblad ••• link in bio!

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