During my education I spent four years in a very stimulating and creative environment; one year at the Rietveld Academy and two more years at the Design Academy Eindhoven.
I developed an affinity for the Country and enjoyed immensely the remarkably high standards of education at University. I graduated from the University of Milan, with a final result of 110/110 cum laude and exposed my final project at Triennale Museum.
Since March 2009 until September 2011, I collaborate at the Dip. INDACO of Politecnico di Milano. I handle several projects related to the sustainable design field and I get to know the University environment from inside.
The last four years I’ve been working as Graphic Designer and Photographer together for several clients. This experience enhances my creative and administrative skills. I learn to develop a project from the concept until the final details. I assimilate the use of all the platforms necessary to make a campaign into a successful one.
August 2013 my photographic book MonterossoAmare got published by Giacchè Edition and quoted by the New York times: "Two years ago, on Oct. 25, 2011, a torrential rainfall hit the Cinque Terre, drenching the olive groves, vineyards and lemon orchards, flooding the streams, shattering the tracery of stone walls that support the terraces and sending a wave of mud and rubble into the two northernmost villages, Monterosso and Vernazza."
(...) "Miriam Rossignoli had exhaustively recorded the devastation of 2011 with her camera, and had turned her photographs into a book, “MonterossoAmare,” chronicling the disaster and its aftermath, and contrasting it with a 1966 flood of similar destructive power."