Meet the Team of Lomography Brazil! Part 2: São Paulo

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Hello everyone, we would like to introduce the crew of Lomography Brazil to you. After showing you the team located in Rio de Janeiro, it's time to visit São Paulo, the biggest city of the country. It's finally time to meet the São Paulo Lomographers! Ready?

After Rio de Janeiro, the second state where the flag of Lomography was hoisted is São Paulo. In the video below you can see how this is happened.

And now let’s meet the team from Lomography SP one by one:

Bruno Siqueira: Territory Manager

Born near the beach in the city of Santos, Bruno Siqueira always stayed involved in the world of art and design. For several years he worked in this area, until one day… Lomography stepped into his life. He’s our Territory Manager and is responsible for the south and southeast regions of Brazil. His job is to spread the analogue spirit through this part of the country.

Favorite Camera: LC-Wide
Favorite Film: Lomography X-Pro Chrome 100 35mm

Bruno's LomoHome

Caio Antunes: Online Manager

Graduated with a degree in advertising, this guy always says that he’s curious since his childhood. Because of this, he worked in different areas as a copywriter until he joined the Lomography team. Caiera is his nickname and he is responsible for taking care of the online platforms of Lomography Brazil.

Favorite Camera: Fisheye No 2
Favorite Film: Lomography X-Pro Slide 200

Caio's LomoHome

Gabriel Fruchi: Store Manager

With tattoos spread all over his arms and legs, Gabriel is always on the move inside our Gallery Store. He’s always helping the clients, fixing some problems or organizing parties, workshops and happy hours that happen every week over here. We all agree that the gallery store could not have a better manager.

Favorite Camera: LC-Wide
Favorite Film: Lomography X-Pro Slide 200

Natália Haudenschild: Shop Assistant

Nat is a very experienced Lomographer and one of the Shop Assistants of our Gallery Store. She’s studying photography in university and she knows everything about our cameras and accessories. So she’s always giving tips and helping our good costumers with her sympathy.

Favorite Camera: Oktomat
Favorite Film: Lomography Color Negative 800

Florencia Reeves: Shop Assistant

Flor was born in the small city of Neuquén located in Patagonia, Argentina. One day she traveled to Brazil to spend her vacation and she became fascinated with the country and decided to stay. If you ever visit our shop on Rua Augusta, 2481 in São Paulo you will certainly find her there.

Favorite Camera: Lomo LC-A
Favorite Film: Lomography Color Negative ISO 400

The Lomography Brazil team wishes a happy and excellent 2012 to all Lomographers in the world! And if you visit Brazil someday, come to say hello to us!

written by lgs_saopaulo on 2012-01-10 in #lifestyle

One Comment

  1. sixteentimes
    sixteentimes ·

    I saw one lomogracinha on the video. :D

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