Fitzroya Media House
São Paulo, State of São Paulo, Brazil
Jessica Nolte is a photographer and documentary filmmaker.
Has worked with Baboon Films (www.baboon.com.br) for 7 years, where she produced and photographed more than 20 documentaries. Jessica has passed 30 days in Mongolia registering the nomadic life. Unveiled the slave labor in the silver mines of Potosí, for which she was a finalist in Brazil’s biggest media and journalism awards “Prêmio ESSO”. Also got two honorable mentions, one at the human rights award (ANAMATRA) and the other for her photograph “Silver Widows” on the Latin-American Photography award. In Uganda she revealed child sacrifice for magic rituals, for which she also was a finalist at “Prêmio ESSO”. (www.jessicanolte.com)
During the last years, she has been very passionately dedicating her life to Patagonia. In 2015 she founded Fitzroya Media House, a creative company based in Chilean Patagonia in which she is a partner and director. (www.fitzroyamediahouse.com)
In 2016, started a new production company with 3 other experienced partners named OKTOPUS (www.oktopusfilmes.com), focused on producing documentary content for all kinds of media.
2014 - Finalist in the Telejournalism ESSO award, 2013 - Merit of Excellence in Black & White Spider Awards, 2013 - Finalist in Best of Photography, 2013 - Winner of Save Afrika Award, 2012 - Honorable Mention in Latin-American Photo Award, 2012 - Honorable Mention in ANAMATRA Human Rights Award, 2012 - Finalist in the Telejournalism ESSO award, 2012 - Finalist in the Telejournalism ESSO award
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