Fernanda Frazão is a photographer and filmmaker and has a career that includes film, television, publishing, advertising agencies and internet content. She works in different media as a creative platform for storytelling, creating and conducting multimedia projects.
She has been traveling the world for over five years producing photo and video content for Brazilian airlines such as LATAM, Gol and Azul. In the cinema directed "Chega de Fiu Fiu" (2018), documentary about the harassment against women in public spaces in Brazil. The photographic work "Amazônia Lado B" (2017) received several awards including the renowned LensCulture Street Photography and was exhibited in exhibitions such as Voies Off Rencontres d'Arles (2018) and Museum of Image and Sound (2018).
Since 2018, she has been part of the O2 Filmes team as director of content and advertising projects and is part of Other Screens, a core of innovation and creation in new formats. At the production company she directed digital pieces of the UNI Amazônia project launched at SXSW 2019 and advertising films for NETFLIX, such as "Hands Concept" and "Involvimento".