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Fernando Poiré Villanueva

Mexico City, Mexico
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About Fernando
Fernando Poiré is a Mexican photographer & filmmaker. He has a special interest in portraying the human condition.

I have worked for clients such as: Galileo I Prosieben (DE), ZDF heute (DE), , Zenith Adventure Media, TNC, WSJ, Cool Down The Planet (HL), The Culture Trip (NY), Romero&Braas (MX/DE), TAFF (DE), SRF (DE), Redbull, , Z4 Media, Justin Boots, Encinta, MUT, Barranca Studio, Raicilla La Reina, Ray Coyote, Mirall Cinema, Sistema Universitario Jesuita

Available to work across Latin America


English Spanish Portuguese
Video Package (Web / Broadcast) Documentaries Photography
Current Affairs Food & Drink Music

Dp and camera op for WDR DOKU.

Fernando Poiré V. fernando@fpoire.com www.fpoire.com https://www.instagram.com/fpoire/ Song: Aleksey Chistilin - Pictures from the Past Shot with: Sony FX6, Red Komodo, Sony A7III, Sony A7sIII.



Video clip for the local band Dolphant. The goal was to achieve a documentary aesthetic through the project. I followed 3 different stories of members of a local infant choir, so we were able to portrait their realities its unique way of living.

Culture Trip: The Female Horseback Riders of Mexico

13 Oct 2018  |  Culture Trip
The article explores the tradition of escaramuzas, female horseback riders in Mexico, highlighting their role in the Mexican rodeo, charrería. It delves into the cultural significance of charros and escaramuzas, the latter being less known but equally skilled as their male counterparts. The charrería, recognized by UNESCO as intangible cultural heritage, is a family affair often passed down through generations. Training begins at a young age, with discipline and passion being key elements. The article features insights from veteran charro Ricardo Mendoza and escaramuza pioneer Macarena Ramírez Hernández. It describes the rigorous training, the elaborate costumes, and the challenges faced by women in balancing their passion with daily life. The article also briefly mentions Culture Trip's travel expert Stefano and various travel destinations, but the primary focus is on the escaramuzas and their cultural importance in Mexico.

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