Director / Producer / Editor / Camera
Daniela Gross is a journalist and producer/director of documentaries. She has worked as an employee/freelancer for broadcasters such as Band, RBS TV, BBC Brazil and The Press Association among others. She has also worked in the United Nations Portuguese Radio in New York (USA), where she has been responsible – as a volunteer – for creating the first video department in the radio.
Daniela spent many years abroad, completing a MA in International Journalism at City University in London and a MA in International Relations at the University of Stellenbosch in South Africa. She also took courses in production of videos and documentaries at Birkbeck University and Chelsea College of Art and Design, both in London.
In completing her Masters, she conducted extensive research related to indigenous tribes in the Amazon and ethnic and environmental influences as sources of the civil conflict in Darfur, Sudan.
Since returning to Brazil at the end of 2012, Daniela has worked as co-director of Explore Mídia, producing, directing, filming and editing videos and independent documentaries.
Director of Photography / Editor / Camera / Audio / Color Correction
David Mottershead is a video professional with experience in various areas of the audiovisual sector. He ran his own production company in Ireland for over seven years, where he worked on the production of numerous videos, in the roles of cinematographer, editor and post-production.
He was born in South Africa and graduated in Marketing Management from the University of Stellenbosch before migrating to London, where he discovered his passion for filmmaking. His portfolio includes work for clients from various industries such as: sports, entertainment, corporate videos and materials for TV stations, particularly the work undertaken for BBC Brazil in London.
Since his arrival in Brazil, in late 2012, he has been working as co-director of Explore Mídia, a production company based in Ubatuba (SP).
Camila Marujo has been working with events since 2008, having specialized in Development and Management of Cultural Projects at ECA, in USP (University of São Paulo). With extensive experience in social, corporate and cultural events, Camila Marujo also provided advice to the playwright, actor and director João Fábio Cabral, for whom she produced the shows Melodia Cinza (Gray Melody) in 2012 and TROTE in 2011.
Since 2012 she has also been providing consultancy on projects for AMESMA – Theatrical Research Company and is a member of the Board of Sarabaquê Association of Cultural and Social Diffusion of Carapicuíba-SP. Camila has also realized corporate events for MQV Quality of Life and RH within the Cielo SA and BM&F BOVESPA (2010), as well as developing projects for UNA Artistic Productions Co. in the sectors of SESC SP Pinheiros and Pompéia (2010).
Consultant & Press Assessor
Alessandra Noll is a journalist with more than 15 years experience in the field of communications. She graduated from PUC Porto Alegre (RS) and worked with media relations and event organization in a multinational company in the energy sector for 12 years. There she participated in the planning of corporate communications, implementing long-term national projects, national and international promotional campaigns and covering sports events.
With extensive experience in crisis management and a post graduate in marketing from the Fundação Getúlio Vargas (RJ), Alessandra works as a consultant through her own company – ETEXTO, since 2000, with customers in diverse segments such as culture, sport, health and entertainment.