Yvonne De Rosa graduated in Political Science, then relocated to London, where she studied at Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design. She has subsequently exhibited photographs.
In 2006 she was awarded the "Women International Prize in Photography" and shortlisted for the “Association of Photographers Open", whilst in 2007, her series Afterdark was awarded First Prize in Fine Art Landscapes at the International Photography Awards (IPA). Later that year, her debut book Crazy God won an award from the World Health Organization and was exhibited at "The World Conference on Poverty and Health" in Venice.
Her second book, Hidden Identities, Unfinished, published in 2013, has been presented with a solo show at the V&A Museum of Childhood of London.