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Ms R.

São Sebastião, State of São Paulo, Brazil

19 reviews

$50 - $400 / Day

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About Ms

Passionate. Creative. Hard working. Reliable I consider myself a storyteller. I have always beens art oriented and creative. I've been lucky enough to work in various ways in performing arts (music-dance) and visual arts (illustration, design, video) along my life. I do believe my extensive and eclectic background enriches every project I take on. Ultimately, I believe I am fascinated by communication, emotions and the quest of beauty. I am mainly a director, editor and post producer. I can also develop ideas, scripts, storyboards and put my great team together to shoot whatever is needed! Love to catch projects from scratch and work side by side with the customer so I can offer my creative input after understanding exactly what they want and need. Also love to get somebody else's footage and embellish it. Anyways, love my job.

Top Reviews

  • May 2023

    Muriel was so kind and so helpful the whole time I visited in Camburi. She picked me up from the bus station and organised to meet so many people. She gave up so much time to help me and translate literally everything. I couldn't have done it without her. The content we gathered and time we spent together will be really memorable! Thank you Muriel

    - Amy from The Mix Global

  • December 2017

    Muriel is a professional motion graphic artist who creates videos that are both good-looking and support any organization's brand and intent. Her ideas draw the attention and keep the interest of intended audiences. A pleasure to work with and more projects to come!

    - Mary-Margaret from Global Citizen

  • August 2021

    Muriel is an absolute delight to work with. Her work is intelligent and creative and she kept in regular touch with me along the whole process. Looking forward to our next project!

    - Griesham from BBC Reel

Top Services

  • Motion Graphics Designer

    13 reviews
  • Editorial Photographer / Photojournalist

    2 reviews
  • Landscape Photographer

    2 reviews

Top Projects

  • An Open Call To Photographers/Videographers For Your COVID-19 Stories From Home

    • Editorial Photographer / Photojournalist
    • Corporate Videographer
    • Event Photographer
    • Landscape Photographer
    • Portrait Photographer
    • Product Photographer
    • Fashion Photographer

    Within DearWorld’s initiative to collect stories about COVID-19 I had to deliver a portrait (self portrait in my self-quarantined case), the story in the form of a letter and some behind the scenes/archive footage as the PS. I also had to incorporate their style into the portrait, by writing a phrase of the story on the body of the person portrayed. In this case, mmm, me again. Here’s what I made. LETTER Dear World, This is not my home. Or at least it wasn’t planned to be, although it might be so for now. 4 years ago I started travelling non-stop while working online.That made me good at adopting homes and getting used to the temporary. But who knows just how temporary this will be? While people tend to fear change, it is stillness I dread. Isn’t it funny? As the borders closed and my fabulous globe-trotting plans for 2020 got cancelled, I was being deprived of the very reason why I don’t own more than 2 trousers at a time, carry any books or have a place to keep them. When they started saying, repeating, commanding me to stay at home, I didn’t know where that was. It’s been 2 months. I spent the first one at my Dad’s, who I happened to be visiting. 2 weeks into lockdown, I started to work out and dance a lot. Constantly bumping into furniture and walls did not discourage me entirely, although I was in quite a low mood. Sometime around the third week, I sat on the staircase and looked at my Dad down in the living room. I said: “Every time my plane takes off, I have no fear of death. I feel fullfilled and gratefuI, ready to give in. I don’t mind dying as long as death finds me living, but this stillness is killing me​.​” Gloomy and ungrateful, I know. My apologies. I have changed my mind since. I have also moved to a borrowed house. I continue to work out and dance every single day, the furniture conveniently turned into weights, gym equipment or props. Waking up here a few days ago, I felt totally different. I realized my personal drama was vanishing. In some ways, this pandemic has not impacted me that much. Working online, my source of income and work routines have remained untouched. On the other hand, it has brought my thrilling unsettled lifestyle to a sudden halt. And, of course, because I was living on the road, I didn’t have a home to go back to, I chose not to. My enthusiasm feeds on the possibility of moving towards the unexpected. What does home mean to someone like me, who cherishes movement over stability? As a nomad, I’ve thought many times that my home is my body, or the way I look at what’s around. I’ve sometimes experienced it as a transient feeling built along with others. I have also been looking for the place to build one of my own. More recently, I have blamed myself for not having it all setup when this thing hit us. “But this is also the unexpected”, I tell myself now. “You should go about it as if it were a trip. Move with it.” And so I’m trying. Sincerely, This is not my home?

    Produced for Dear World on Storyhunter

    May 2020

  • Crypto Taxes - Bloomberg Tax

    • Motion Graphics Designer

    Took care of the editing and motion graphics animation for yet another very useful and informative Bloomberg Law / Tax video.

    Produced for Bloomberg Industry Group on Storyhunter

    April 2022

  • Shadow Docket explainer

    • Motion Graphics Designer

    Following producer Andrew Satter's script and guidance, I produced all graphics and animations used on this explainer that seeks to shine some light on an intriguing and important way the Supreme Court of the US does business.

    Produced for Bloomberg Industry Group on Storyhunter

    October 2021

  • Copyright Law Video

    • Motion Graphics Designer

    Another fun project for Bloomberg Law that gave me the opportunity to make complex content more appealing, entertaining and clear through visuals and animations.

    Produced for Bloomberg Industry Group on Storyhunter

    July 2022

  • NYC Property Tax video

    • Motion Graphics Designer

    Motion Graphics animation for Docu-Explainer for Bloomberg.

    Produced for Bloomberg Industry Group on Storyhunter

    January 2022



  • 4K video camera
  • Multiple cameras
  • DSLR or equivalent
  • Drone


  • Shotgun mic
  • Wireless lavalier mic

All Services


  • Creative Director
  • Fixer
  • Production Company
  • Copywriter
  • Translator

Production Support

  • Full-Service Live Production
  • Editorial Photographer / Photojournalist
  • Event Photographer
  • Fashion Photographer
  • Landscape Photographer
  • Portrait Photographer
  • Product Photographer
  • Field Producer
  • Production Assistant
  • Influencer
  • On-Air Reporter / Host
  • Commercial DP
  • Corporate Videographer
  • Documentary DP
  • Drone Operator
  • News Shooter / Video Journalist
  • Reporter / Journalist


  • Animator / Visual Effects Artist
  • Motion Graphics Designer
  • Video Editor - Commercial
  • Video Editor - Documentary

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