THE FURIOUS SESSIONS ARE:
Bernat Rueda,arrived with a camera under his arm and went from capturing a moment in time (photo) to capturing time in motion (video), without losing his verve for composition. He likes musicians who take him walking through uncharted places and jump to his rhythm. He is the R in RiD produccions.
Javier Dominguez is a day-dreaming enthusiast and music is his primary source of inspiration. From the moment he entered the audiovisual world, he has tried to convey these dreams through images. He is the D in RiD produccions.
Valentina Mercuri works as a translator and editor. She is our Public Relations rep, conducts interviews with bands, and oversees everything else needing done. Oh, and she doesn’t miss a gig!
Luiso Ces, can repair your toilet, prepare octopus á feira and build a camera dolly from Ikea parts. Busy with the important things in life, he spends his free time as a freelancer in the audiovisual world. With his camera dolly refined for the Furious Sessions and kick-ass camera in tow.
José G. Fernández, better known as Action Replay, put in an appearance between vermouths and huddled in the corner with his warm camera. The audiovisual arts are his world; lucky world.
Emili Mas, digital designer. Arteriaworks is his graphic label. He has also collaborated with the Carkitech studio on multiple 2D/3D projects and, for the past 4 years, has worked as a freelancer at Ninco. “Each project is unique, special and presents a new challenge.”
Albert Aguiar, owner of On audiovisual, music enthusiast and guitar player from Ninette & the Goldfish. He has been loaning us cameras ever since the BoatBeam session. What’s more, he graces the Furious Sessions with his presence whenever he gets the chance.
Tiziano Caffi, photography is his way of life. A blend of Italian temperament and Uruguayan good vibes, he support the Furious Sessions.
Joel Brooks, is an amateur potographer who now lurks the video format and drops by the Furious Sessions every time he can.
Margarita Leonore Göbel, arrived without a plan but a dream in Barcelona about 2011. Her hope is to keep on going doing animation films and work for other film genres and make her grandma happy. She created de stop motion ending of Dolores session.
Planeando Truchas, a collective formed by Alba and Silvia, masters of subtle decor, who revel in the ephemeral side of life and strive to make the impossible possible.