Marco Estrella (35) Photographer and cameraman. In 2010 he was part of the “Intercâmbio.com” project for “Jornal Hoje”, linked to Globo TV Network (Brazil), where he wrote and photographed the life of a student in London for 7 months. Still in English territory, made a cover photo for Jungle Drums Magazine (edition of August of 2010) and during that period that he decided to abandon his carreer as an economist and dedicate itself exclusively to photography.
He returned to Brazil in September 2010. In December, on the 26th, he had a photo of his published on the cover of the newspaper “Folha de Sao Paulo”, but the passage through Brazil was short and he moved to Sydney in January 2011, where he lived between 2011 and 2013. He had photos selected for the Warringah Art Exhibition, editions of 2011 and 2012, and also a published photo on the cover of the “Manly Daily” newspaper, he wrote and photographed for the Australian Center exchange agency. In Australia, covered two important festivals os the Australian music scene: The Falls 2011 and Peats Ridge 2012. In December 2012 covered the Interclubs World Cup in Japan, showing the fans' vision for the “Popular Express” Newspapers and “The Santos Tribune”.
Between March and June 2013, he traveled to seven Asian countries, photographing and recording the daily routine of ordinary people, in search of similarities and differences with the thing he’d seen in Europe, Oceania and Brazil, and this experience was published in six articles between July and August 2013 on the pages of the “Santos Tribune”. Had a selected photo for the 10th National Salon of Photography "Pérsio Galembeck" in June 2013. Was part of the production of the documentary “Litoral Sustentável - Community-based tourism” for the Polis Institute, produced and directed by Pedro Bayeux, through the last quarter of 2013. Between January and February of 2014 he drove a 1970 Kombi, along the coast of São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro, coordinating, photographing and filming a promotional action for “Lipton”. In February 2014 he was part of the the recording of the RecBeat 2014 Music Festival as camera operator. In 2014 photographed some of the the SOFAR (Songs for a room) concerts.
During the last semester of 2014 he studied Photography Direction at the International Academy of Cinema. In 2015, he was part of Pedro Bayeux's team that covered the street carnival of São Paulo for the City Hall, and participated in the documentary "23" about the graffiti made at May 23 Avenue. In the second half of 2015 he was a camera operator during the festival Tomorrowland and was also part of the team that covered the month of Independent Culture for the City Hall of São Paulo. In October, alongside the photographer José Amaral, was part of the exhibition "Traditions and Beauties of Cunha" during the L'Étape Brasil by Tour de France and also covered the event. He is currently a street photographer in the city of São Paulo