Currently based in London, England, Ricardo Barea has spent several years working as a professional commercial photographer in the country of Brazil. While Brazil is not everyone's idea of a boon for professional photography, Ricardo has shown us that his work can compete with and even go beyond the best shooters of today, worldwide.
Ricardo's implementation of the elements of design and composition are flawless within each of his images. Ricardo's use of color, line, contrast, balance, etc. are all among his mastery of the medium. All of these elements work hand-in-hand together to produce one of the best photographic portfolios worldwide - that of Ricardo Barea.
The ability to produce exactly what a client is after in a photo shoot is ideal for both the client as well as the photographer. Ricardo's portfolio is an indication of his ability to be in the ideal realm of his photo shoots.
The following portfolio is the creation of a master of the photographic medium - Ricardo Barea.,Experienced photographer with proven ability to understand client
requirements and deliver effective solutions whilst meeting tight deadlines.
Wide range of photographic skills developed by working with natural light
and setting up studio on location.
Excellent understanding of cultural diversity acquired through extensive
Color and Black & White Photography.
Languages: Fluent Portuguese, English and Spanish
Freelance, working for several Advertising Agencies and Companies doing
Reportage, both Industrial and Photojournalism, Corporate, PR, Advertising, Architecture,
Interiors and Editorial work.Night photography. Photographs published in leading Brazilian
newspapers and magazines - Folha de Sao Paulo, Estado de Sao Paulo, Jornal
do Brasil, Viver Bem (Interiors), Made in Japan.
Special project for the Governor of Parana - Brazil- "Comboio Cultural" Road
Currently have photos published by World Tobacco Magazine (UK) and works
represented by Corbis/Sygma.
Recently covered The World Social Forum - Porto Alegre - Brazil and Matsuri
Japan in the Park - Japan 2001 - Hyde Park - London.