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Gabriela Camejo

About this Artist

Gabriela Camejo, a Venezuelan-Spanish film and multimedia producer and art historian, has seamlessly integrated her passions for film and music throughout her career. She embarked on her journey with the film production company Momoy in Venezuela. In 2013, Gabriela collaborated as a Coordinator for Cirque Du Soleil's touring show Alegría in Spain.

Her portfolio includes projects such as producing the multimedia event "The Creation" by Joseph Haydn for the Los Angeles Philharmonic, conducted by Gustavo Dudamel. She also co-produced the documentary "Encuentros" with Calle Cruzada and MediaPro (Spain), inspired by Arnold Schoenberg's "Transfigured Night" and featured architect Frank Gehry, Spanish actress María Valverde, and conductor Gustavo Dudamel at the Prado Museum in Madrid.

Gabriela's production credits extend to "Guaco: Semblanza," directed by Alberto Arvelo, which received a nomination for a Latin Grammy Award in the Best Long Form Music Video category in 2017. Additionally, she produced the documentary "Free Color," based on the work of iconic op-artist Carlos Cruz-Diez, premiered at the Palm Springs International Film Festival and the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA).

She collaborated with the Los Angeles Philharmonic on a video art production for the opera "Das Rheingold." Gabriela has proced the visual components for shows presented by the Montreal Symphony Orchestra, San Diego Symphony, Princeton University, the Peralada Music Festival (Spain), and the Mahler Chamber Orchestra.