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Since 2004, advertising and photographer Diego Gazola, managing partner of the
company Muda de Ideia(www.mudadeideia.com) has traveled to more than one
thousand Brazilian municipalities in 25 states, and some other countries to produce
travel guides for the publish house Empresa das Artes.
During the research work on site, its function was hinting at the sensitivity to
understand and record the daily life through the photographs that illustrate the
content. The ceaseless work covering Brazil allowed the equalization of
understanding about the country that "inveterate Brazilian Historian," according to
a great friend, Aerton Paiva of APEL.
Whenever an opportunity, also exercised his "unbiased look" to perform an inspiring
entrepreneurial initiative. Through small actions, encouraged the local community
to articulate and act on your way through the collective benefit.
In addition to the production of travel guides, for five years, Diego Gazola developed
in partnership with Fabio Brito, the BrasilZAO. Originally published in print
newspapers and online websites, that discusses the background of the experiences
of two in their travels around the country under a highly critical perspective, what is
most peculiar and beautiful is enhanced but also presented the ills and negligence
in cities visited.
Given these experiences, Gazola developed a database of photographs, information
and networking on innovative initiatives to inspire during the development of
diagnostics, and outbreaks are: sustainability, entrepreneurship, tourism and
The Muda de Ideia is like a plant that multiplies. So has a team of specialists that
are triggered according to customer demand.
Photography, recycling projects, engagement, mobilization, ativism, arts in general.
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
I did lots of amazing things during travel books productions!
Countries I’ve Visited
Colombia, Denmark, Ecuador, England, France, Germany, India, Italy, Mexico, Nepal, Netherlands, Peru, Portugal, Spain, United States
Countries I’ve Lived In