Rae Ceretto is an international documentary & portrait photographer focusing on issues surrounding women and children. A Southern California native, Rae has lived and worked around the globe. At the age of 15, Rae moved to Serbia to complete her first documentary film based around the 1999 NATO bombings and death of former Yugoslavian dictator Slobodan Milosevic. Since then she has been traveling the world creating stories for various non-profit organizations and publications. Throughout her career, she has documented issues including; healthcare and education reform in rural India, sustainable oral health care for the children of Grenada, outreach work with political refugees in Serbia, working girls in Bangkok, women’s empowerment in Africa, and the South Sudan refugee crisis in Uganda. 

Rae is currently available for domestic and international assignments. 

Publications include: New York Times Upfront, Rolling Stone Magazine, CBS, Red Bull, Esquire Magazine, US Weekly, The Advocate, MTV, MSN, Men’s Journal, Mother Jones, Huffington Post, The Daily News, The Civil Beat, World Animal Protection, Surfrider, The Stanford Review, and various non-profit websites

Current Location: Los Angeles, California 


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