Manu Camargo

Designer at Tribo

MY GREATEST BELIEF

We can all be what we want, even if you want many different things.

WHAT I DO AT TRIBO

I help our ideas and projects become tangible through the use of videos that tell stories and graphic pieces that facilitate our communication.


MY STORY

When I was a teenager, I designed personalized covers for my friends’ notebooks, photographed the family reunions and had saxophone classes in the extra hours. Little did I know how much that would influence me in the future.

As someone who didn’t understand that was what I loved to do, I decided to graduate in Hotel Management. I did graduate, but never acted on it.

At the age of 19, I took a risk. I decided to set out to create my own business (with my boyfriend, with whom I chose to share not only my work, but my whole life), a communication agency called Zipercom where I learned everything that university was never going to teach me during the following 4 years. In these years, between corporative photographs, institutional film making, visual identities and some clients like Danone, Ministério da Educação, Prove, Mural do Coach and even a band (DFDC), I could express my true passions.

In 2016, we decided (me and Allan Roosch) to take the challenge of being entrepreneurs inside an organization, Mural do Coach. And that is when our story with Tribo (even before it existed) began.

Today, we are part of this tribe of people who yearn to make changes and who believe in a more human future. One where people, just like us, can make more of what they love and be who they really are — being present in body and soul.

Ah! And music? That is a little box guarded with care anxiously waiting to be opened.


GET TO KNOW ME BETTER

MY FAVOURITE BOOK

While reading this book, I felt as if he was drawing a picture of us — humans -, in the present. We are still the same, but we don’t need to be.


MY FAVOURITE QUOTE

“For the mouth speaks that which the heart is full of.” — Matthew 12:34b

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