Bruno Bierrenbach Feder brings a multifaceted portfolio spanning 15 years in international development, humanitarian efforts, visual journalism, and urban planning. Born and raised in São Paulo, Brazil, Bruno's global journey has seen him transcend borders, with his camera documenting human experiences and resilience.
His work in documentary photography includes partnering with prestigious organizations such as the United Nations Population Fund, UNICEF, and Oxfam, especially in countries like South Sudan, Uganda, Kenya, and Somalia. Beyond the lens, Bruno's professional roles extend to political advising and founding Alucci Travel in São Paulo, where he curates unique travel experiences.
As a testament to his skill and commitment, Bruno's photographic tales have not only been featured in respected media outlets such as The Guardian but have also adorned exhibitions in prominent spaces, including the United Nations Headquarters in New York. With fluency in English, Portuguese, and Spanish, Bruno is adept at navigating diverse cultural landscapes.
His academic pursuits mirror his vast professional repertoire, with a Bachelor's in International Relations from São Paulo and an ongoing MSc in Development and International Cooperation from the Lisbon University's School of Economics & Management. Beyond academic qualifications, Bruno has undergone specialized training at the International Center of Photography in New York.
Throughout his journey, it's evident that Bruno is not just a professional; he's a storyteller, a world traveler, and an advocate for human rights and dignity, continuously leveraging his skills to make an impact.