Jeannette Gregori was born in 1967, she lives in Strasbourg, France. She studied photography at the Fine Arts University, Indiana, US, as well as at the Ecole des Arts Décoratifs in Strasbourg. Her first series "Gypsy Childhoods" aimed to develop tolerance towards the Roma and Sinti communities. Her work was shown at the International Day for the Eradication of Poverty in André Malraux Multimedia Library in Strasbourg and at the Council of Europe. She took part in several Roma workshops in Poland and presented her work on "The New Roma" at the International Month of Photography in Berlin. Her photography works come along with written accounts relating the personal journeys of Roma children, women, story-tellers or activists she took pictures of. In 2017, she started a new series entitled "Gypsies, from Caravans to Houses" and exhibited her works at the Carrousel du Louvre in Paris. She is now represented by the art gallery Kai Dikhas in Berlin which filed her work at RomArchive (the digital archive of the Roma). In 2017, she was awarded the 1st prize IPOTY (International Photographer of the Year) in the children portraits series, the 1st prize MONOVISIONS Photography Awards in the category photojournalism, single and the 1st prize ND (Neutral Density) Awards, in the children portraits series.