Felipe Câmara

Filmmaker, Volunteer, and Project Manager in State of São Paulo, Brazil

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Born and raised in Brazil, I graduated as a Bachelor in Filmmaking in 2009 in Rio de Janeiro. I spent a year studying Advertising and went to Vancouver, Canada in the fall of 2010, to study Media & Marketing, where I also worked for a month with Social Media.

After that, I joined YWAM Gold Coast in Australia, where I did the Classic DTS in 2011, and was part of an Outreach in Cambodia for 2 months.

Since then, I headed back to Brazil and started to collaborate with a NGO called Conexão Voluntários em Campo, who provides humanitarian assistance through medical support and sports around the world, working in places like Haiti, Japan, Bolivia, Paraguai, Argentina and the Philippines, and I work with everything related to video and social media for this NGO.

In 2013, I started to collaborate with another NGO called Atletas de Cristo, where I provide everything video related and with their social media.

In 2014 I began to collaborate with Play Fair Brazil Team, a Brazilian football team formed by professionals and former players, some of them having been played for Brazilian National Team. I'm responsible for all things video related for the team, also helping with translation, and I had the opportunity to be travelling with the team to places like Malaysia, Indonesia and Laos.

Nowadays, I continue to work as a Freelance Videomaker and Photographer.

In 2015, I was selected among more than 600 applicants to be part of the Orange Magazine Team that covered the Deutsche Welle Global Media Forum, in Bonn, Germany. I also started my own production company with a friend called Studio Alaska (www.studioalaska.co) and I continue to work as a Freelance Videomaker and Photographer.

For work contact, email me at felipe@studioalaska.co

graduated in Filmmaking at Estácio de Sá University (2009 - Rio de Janeiro, RJ)

Media & Marketing English Certificate at ILSC (2010 -Vancouver, BC)

Discipleship Training School at YWA