Marcela Ferri (b.1981) is an Italo-Brazilian born photographer and director based in London since 2011.
She refers to her photographic practice as “An Essay about Freedom” and is interested in independence, true selves, identity and community.
Using a variety of techniques mixing 35 and 120mm stills, analogue gifs, polaroids, digital and video her work was exhibited at MOPLA, Les Recontres D’Arles, Photoeast UK and Wieden+Kennedy Amsterdam and also publications like Fisheye le Mag, Harpers Bazaar, Milk.xyz, Lomography, TPM Brazil and Lost at E Minor.
Marcela was recently invited to join the #girlgaze network as a freelance photographer and holds a nomination as one of the 100 Heroines by the Royal Photographic Society.
She also runs The Film Gang, an online platform dedicated to film photography willing to create a network of film photographers across the globe.
Marcela also acts as a freelance producer in advertising working for clients like Adam&Eve DDB, AMV BBDO, Havas, Ogilvy, Lloyds Banking Group, Mercedes-Benz, Save the Children, The Royal Academy of Arts, Nike, Ford, The British Museum between many others.