From top left: JC Feyer, Gualter Pupo, João Papa, Fábio Pinheiro, Alex Mehedff, Mário Diamante, From bottom left: Hanna Batista, Sarina D’Avila and KVPA
Sarina D’Avila also joins as executive producer
Hungry Man celebrates the arrival of new talent to its team and directing roster. Sarina D’Avila joins as Executive Producer and Talent Manager at Hungry Man Brazil, working in partnership with Fãbio Pinheiro, executive creative producer, and working closely with Hungry Man teams in London, Los Angeles, and New York.
“As the first international production company to establish roots in Brazil, our emphasis is on storytelling. With production processes that foster creativity, we strive to develop and deliver exceptional directors to the market. With Sarina D’Avila joining us, our mission is to expand our talent curation, aligning it with the new narratives and processes of the current global market,” explains JC Feyer, partner and director of Hungry Man.
Hungry Man is excited to welcome directors KVPA and Hanna Batista, who bring distinct perspectives of great significance to both the Brazilian and international markets. They join the existing team, consisting of Joao Papa, Gualter Pupo, and JC Feyer.
Hanna Batista’s work is characterised by a distinctive portrayal of Brazil in a sophisticated manner, transcending the traditional Rio de Janeiro-São Paulo axis. “Whether constructing more lyrical or realistic universes, or delivering impactful projects, Hanna’s versatility is of utmost importance to brands seeking to capture our aesthetic essence, not within our borders and across the globe,” says Sarina D’Avila. See Hanna’s work here.
KVPA is a remarkable visual artist, known for projects that forge connections between brands and contemporary culture. “KVPA masterfully crafts visual narratives, skilfully balancing aesthetics and content. Through the use of symbolism and astute observations of human behaviour, KVPA consistently delivers memorable work wherever his creative journey takes him,” states Sarina D’Avila. See KVPA’s work here.
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