ABOUT RAE CERETTO
Rae Ceretto is an international documentary photographer and filmmaker 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 companies, government organizations, and publications.
She graduate from with honors New York University in 2011 and has worked for some of the biggest names in the non profit, business and entertainment world including; UNICEF, Operation Smile, UNHCR, Rolling Stone Magazine, CBS, and Red Bull Media House.
She is currently directing her first feature length documentary with an all female crew, We Do Not Live Here. We Do Not Live Here, aims to preserve the experience of women refugees and tell a story that will inevitably connect us all. By weaving together the narrative of refugee women from across the globe, she will show the parallels of refugee life, and the power of the human spirit.
Rae is currently available for domestic and international assignments.
Clients include: New York Times Upfront, UNICEF, Operation Smile, CBS, Red Bull, Matador Network, Rolling Stone Magazine, CBS, Esquire Magazine, Planned Parenthood, UpRoxx, US Weekly, MSN, The Daily News, Surfrider, Zuma Press Agency,The Stanford Review, and various non-profit websites
Current Location: Los Angeles, California