Camille Valbusa is a Brazilian photographer who merges contemporary and documentary photography to create narratives about social issues and its complexities. After graduating in journalism, she moved to London to do a postgraduate course in photography at London College of Communication and became a full-time photographer. At the moment she is based in Southern California, US.
PUBLICATIONS, PRIZE, AND EXHIBITIONS
Liu Institute for Global Issues, Project Faces of Torture, 2018, Vancouver, Canada.
Feels Zine, Project Her, Issue 4, 2017, Toronto, Canada.
Girls Club Zine Magazine, Project Her, Issue 4, 2017, London, UK
Art as Resistance Exhibition, Strange Fire Collective, Project Ola, 2017, Colorado, USA.
Pink Things Magazine, Project Her, Years Book and online, 2017, London, UK
You(th) Vision’ Photo Exhibition, University of Kent, Canterbury, 2017, UK.
Encontros da Imagem Festival, Project Faces of Torture, 2016, Braga, Portugal
ND Awards, Portrait Honourable Mention, 2015, London, UK
Print Space Gallery Exhibition - AOP Students Awards, 2015, London, UK
Leyden Gallery Exhibition, Project Faces of Torture, 2015, London, UK
London College of Communication Exhibition, Project Faces of Torture, 2015, London, UK