Catarina Garcia
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Catarina Garcia

Video EditorLisbon, Portugal
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Catarina Garcia

Video EditorLisbon, Portugal
About me
My work is centered on the deep belief that there's always a story to be told. I enjoy capturing the true identity of my subjects, seeking authenticity and liberation of the true self by constructing a visual storytelling, that is wrapped in a nostalgic feel.
Projects
  • Benedetta Barzini for Vogue
    Benedetta Barzini for VogueA look on Benedetta's wisdom, timeless beauty and braveness. At 78 years old, she refuses any sort of glorification of beauty, she sees and seeks more, beyond what we see often portrayed in fashion.
  • It's never too late to...
    It's never too late to...It's never too late to start, it's never too late to start over. It's never too late to celebrate the joy of being, of living.
  • Lamento Sertanejo Fashion film - Vogue
    Lamento Sertanejo Fashion film - Vogueinspired in "O Auto da Compadecida", a story that celebrates the Brazilian northeast, their hope and joy against all odds. Film by Catarina Almeida Photography: Frederico Martins Footage: Ismael Jesus Styling: Larissa Marinho Styling Assistant: Beatriz Mafra Makeup: Elodie Fiúza Hair: Cláudio Pacheco Models: Alecia Morais, Diogo Guerreiro, Rufane Tomás Poem by Clarice Lispector
  • Blue is the Warmest Color, Vogue Portugal
    Blue is the Warmest Color, Vogue PortugalBlue is the Warmest Color, specially when blue isn't cyan, or navy, or klein, it's blue-Helena-Almeida. Placing the body as a nuclear element, the title "My work is my body, my body is my work", which named a retrospective of her art, it is now multiplied in this homage. Because her body is our work. And her work is our body
  • Short film "Us" for Dazed
    Short film "Us" for DazedThe stars of the film are ten British, queer boys of colour, who hang out, laugh, and strike poses for the camera as they discuss their personal experiences, reframing the narratives we usually hear about being young, black, and gay. Directed by Catarina Garcia and Chanel Baker
  • Alba Baptista, Joana Ribeiro, Victoria Guerra - Vogue Portugal
    Alba Baptista, Joana Ribeiro, Victoria Guerra - Vogue PortugalFashion film for Vogue Portugal Film by Catarina Almeida Footage: Catarina Almeida, Eduardo Gonçalves, Ismael Jesus Styling: Larissa Marinho Styling Assistants: Eduarda Pedro, Bárbara Nunes, Beatriz Mafra Hair: Rui Rocha Makeup: Patricia Lima Production: Snowberry
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Work history
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    Video EditorGQ Portugal
     - Lisbon, PortugalFull Time
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    Video EditorVogue Portugal
     - Lisbon, PortugalFull Time
Skills
  • Concept Creation
  • Editing
  • Premiere Pro
  • Adobe Indesign
  • Photoshop
  • Filming
  • Directing
  • Sound Editing
  • Colour Correcting
  • Colour Grading
Education
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    Bachelor of Arts (BA) Middlesex University
     - London, United Kingdom
    Fashion Communication & Film Production of contemporary fashion media. The course involves exploring emerging technologies and new promotional platforms in Fashion. Acquired experience in areas such as, Styling, Photography, Art Direction and Film.