São Paulo, State of São Paulo, Brazil
Camila Falcão was born and raised in São Paulo, in 2000 she got her Bachelor Degree in Fine Arts.
She worked as an assistant to the photographers David Armstrong and Vik Muniz, while she lived in NY (2001/2004). When she moved back to Brazil, she started working as a production designer, as well as a freelance photographer, activities she develops until the present day. She has worked at award-winning films at national and international festivals and has photos published in websites such as Refinery29, Advocate, British Journal of Photography, El País, PHmuseum and Vice, and in magazines like i-D, OLD, Switch and ZUM.
In 2018 she was selected for the Tiradentes Photography Festival, for the IX Prêmio Diário Contemporâneo de Fotografia, for the ‘2018 Aperture Summer Open: The Way We Live Now’, for the 15th edition of the Salão Nacional de Fotografia Pérsio Galembeck, for the Valongo International Image Festival and for two portfolio reviews, at San José Foto and Blink’s. She was also invited by the curator Juan Antonio Molina Cuesta to be part of an exhibition in the Monumental Photo Festival. This year she was invited to be part of an exhibition at ARDE - Encuentro de Fotografía, Feminismos y Derechos Humanos and Festival Foto Kariri, she was one of the finalists of the competition Portrait of Humanity, for the Prêmio Nacional de Fotografia Pierre Verger and also to the 16th edition of the the Salão Nacional de Fotografia Pérsio Galembeck. She is a member of Women Photograph, Native Agency and Girlgaze.