Fellipe is a Filmmaker, Photographer, and Activist, originally from Brazil based Ireland for the last 10 years, with focus on Human Rights, Environmental Issues, Education, and Artivism Projects. He has worked on educational programs, directed and reported photo essays and documentaries on human rights and environmental injustices for global organizations such as WWF Brazil, SOS Amazon, ICM Bio Brazil, IMC Acre, Forest Foundation, Irish Environment Network, Pieta House, World Vision, European Environmental Bureau, Concern Worldwide, Oxfam Ireland, Hope Project Greece, Mosaik Support Center, Legal Center Lesvos, Medical Volunteers International and other NGO's + Media outlets, striving to protect our future and report the injustices around the world, such as Irish Examiner, Hot Press, Cassandra Voices, Mídia Ninja Brasil, NieuwWij Holland, Globo Brazil and more + a bunch of art projects that I have worked with, such as Creative Ireland, Lay of the Land, Another Love Story Music Festival, Inside Out Project and more + artists and musicians that through art are looking to express and communicate sensations and interpretations of this era.
Through his work as a documentary filmmaker, Fellipe worked in different locations, such as the Amazon region in Brazil, São Paulo, Kenya, Turkey, Greece, Bosnia and several countries in Europe.
Recently, Fellipe was nominated and shortlisted for the Irish Red Cross Humanitarian Award 2021, with a report published on Hot Press about a refugee from Syria, living in Lesbos, Greece.
Fellipe is passionate about social justice, climate action, global citizenship, education and digital communications and he believes in freedom of the press, projects of social equality, support for environmental causes and good conversations about immigration and social integration, accompanied by good coffee and great Brazilian music.