We are proud to present our new photographer RODO VALLADO, a Mexican based food and travel photographer. He’s a winner for a daily dozen in NatGeo and has published in Food &… Continue reading
98 Girls. 7 Nations. 1 Spirit. It all begins with one step. It only takes ONE GIRL to change the WORLD. It’s an honor to announce filmmaker Director Rodney Rascona has been working… Continue reading
The superb movie “Red Dirt Road” about an innovative associative project by Rodney Rascona beat more than 300 films and wins 1 of the 3 Grand Prix at this year’s Deauville Green Awards in… Continue reading
On the past International Women’s Day, Women Deliver was pleased to announce the films that have been invited to screen at the 2016 Arts and Cinema Corner, a special feature of the Women Deliver 2016 4th… Continue reading
We are thrilled to announce that Director Rodney Rascona was honoured with the Deauville Green Awards in Normandy, France on the ‘Handicap and Humanitarian’ Gold award! The jury unanimously awarded Rascona for his work on the… Continue reading
Director and Photographer Rodney Rascona is back and forward shooting in Cambodia with RED DIRT ROAD, INC. The name “Red Dirt Road” comes from the road that connects Phnom Penh with the village… Continue reading
NYC – The editors at PDN are proud to announce their picks for this year’s 30 new and emerging photographers to watch… and we are proud to announce they have selected Camilla de Maffei!… Continue reading
MEXICO CITY– YOU CAN’T MISS THIS! Camilla de Maffei will start a course for fellow senior photographers at BORDER, a self-managed cultural center dedicated to emerging contemporary art -from production programs, training, research and links… Continue reading
MEXICO CITY– YOU CAN’T MISS THIS! Camilla de Maffei will start a course for fellow senior photographers at CENTRO, a design/ film / television institution that specializes in creative studies that strike a careful balance… Continue reading
From Time Magazine in USA to Internazionale Magazine of Italy — here are her highlights and more important projects.
Hillary Rodham Clinton – Former U.S. Secretary of State, was honored by executives from the United Nations Foundation (UNF) – presented with an exclusive image created for her by photographer Rodney Rascona. UNF-GACC… Continue reading
DEAUVILLE GREEN AWARDS Normandy France recognizes BLACK INSIDE-THREE WOMEN’S VOICES: GRAND PRIX AWARD – BEST COMMERCIAL FILM. Launched in 2011, the Deauville Green Awards—also known as the International Festival of Corporate Film and TV… Continue reading
CAMILLA DE MAFFEI – THE VISIBLE MOUNTAIN, SARAJEVO We are more than proud to announce that De Maffei’s exposed work at Montpellier’s Festival Les Boutographies 2013 has won 3 awards! * Prix du… Continue reading
Camilla’s work The Visible Mountain is one of the twelve selected by the “Sélection Officielle” of 2013 Les Boutographies – Rencontres Photographiques de Montpellier! Please read all the information HERE.
The 3rd Singapore International Photography Festival Open Call Showcase presents 414 of the spectacular works shortlisted from the submission of thousands, and include the participation of photographers from 26 Countries including Cambodia, Mexico, Japan,… Continue reading
Please lend your voice by viewing it –> HERE We are delighted to announce that Rodney Rascona’s first short film -commissioned by the United Nations Foundation and the Global Alliance for Clean Cookstoves–… Continue reading
We are proud to announce Camilla is one of the selected photographers by the commitee of the Festival Voies Off 2012, which was particularly impressed with her work. It was chosen among more than 1470… Continue reading
Rascona’s beautiful “One Child” project is now on BlurArt Magazine pages 42 to 61. Read all about it here.
Camilla has been nominated for the Prix Pictet 2012 for her work The Visible Mountain: The Power of Memory, Sarajevo. The subject for this year is POWER… read more about it here
“For centuries, camel caravans made epic journeys across the Sahara to reach the legendary city of Timbuktu, where they traded salt, gold, slaves, textiles and books. The astonishing manuscripts of Timbuktu reveal great… Continue reading