Since his arrival in London, and armed with a BA in Interaction Design Arts from the London College of Communication UAL, Lucio has been involved in projects with renowned names such as the Science Museum, London, Ugly Duck, and the Swedish Musician TOFFE. He’s participated in the 48 Hours Film Festival two years in a row as a producer and won the Olympus UK Photography Award in 2016. Enriched by his experience in areas of film production, visual communication, photography, and spacial design, Lucio lends a fresh insight from the fast-evolving creative world.
- Olympus Photography AwardsFor the first time, in 2017 Bermondsey Project Space presented an opportunity to UAL students to present their work in three different categories: Screen, Print and Projection. The Brief was to portray through photography the connectivity of the different colleges in UAL. For this project, I came out with the idea to create an interactive piece that would use Kinect projection. The concept behind the visuals was to portray the singularity of each picture, and. how experiences and our surround
Projects credited in
- Movimiento: A requiem for migration.Featured as emerging talent at the Berlin Fashion Film Festival 2017, Movimiento explores belonging and the feeling of being both a little from everywhere and nowhere at all. In collaboration with stylist Amanda Michelena, it uses magic realism to create a dance between fantasies, realities, and worlds. Contains extracts from song 'Movimiento' by Jorge Drexler.
- Call Me MummyCall Me Mummy is a short film that was written, produced, and edited within a 48 hour period as part of the 2017 48 Hour Film Project in London. It is the culmination of months of planning and producing, in collaboration with Lucio Martus and a crew of over 36 students and young professionals. The coming of age narrative is an exploration of the responsibility that comes with sensitive information, and is based on true stories known to various crew members. It follows a snippet of the life of T
- Inorganisms: The EcosystemDisplayed at London Design festival 2018, as part of Supra Systems Studio's show entitled Everything Happens So Much, Inorganisms: The Ecosystem is an immersive installation exploring object oriented ontology and the nature of human disruption. It is made up of a series of interactive kinetic sculptures: each sculpture has an output that affects the next sculpture’s behaviour, creating a chain reaction, leaving a self-sustaining ecosystem of inorganic organisms living in a state of symbiosis. Us
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