São Paulo - SP, Brasil
Bruno Mancinele is an award-winning Brazilian photojournalist who lives in São Paulo, Brazil. Bruno is a multimedia photographer and videographer who focuses on human interest stories.
In 2009, Bruno received an award from the site “Olhares de Portugal” for his work, which crossed the borders of Brazil and Europe as an Expo format. This resulted in the publication of a book. Bruno also received the FNAC “Olhar as Subculturas” (The Look of the Subcultures) Award. The challenge here was to look, reflect and capture in image format, the concept of subculture.
Bruno worked in Argentina, Chile, Bolivia, Perú, Ecuador, Colombia, Venezuela, Cuba, Panamá, Mexico, Jordan, Syria and also in indigenous tribes in the Amazon, as well as other parts of the world.
His work has been published and distributed in mainstream newspapers and magazines in Brazil, including “Folha de São Paulo”, “Estadão”, “O Globo”, “Jornal do Brasil”, “Veja”, “National Geographic Brasil”, “Revista OLD”, “Photo Magazine” and “Revista Ragga”.
He has been published internationally by “Red Bulletin magazine" "The New York Times" and “Columbia Journalism Review”.
2009 - FNAC ‘’Olhar as Subculturas” , 2007 - Olhares - Lisboa Portugal.
- Breaking news
- Military embed
- RISC training
- Video capture
- Video editing