Bernardo Olmos, Caracas 1983
Master in conceptual photography from EFTI Centro Internacional de Fotografía y Cine -class of 2010-
With 17+ years of experience, Olmos has worked in Venezuela, Brazil, Europe, and the US alongside architectural desks and institutions such as Villanueva and Niemeyer foundations, Colegio de Arquitectos de Venezuela and the American Institute of Architects chapter Los Angeles. After completing studies of virtual photography and 3D modeling in Columbus, Olmos has dedicated his editorial career working at design departments generating photography and augmented reality for the interior design, top real estate and hospitality industries -Ritz Madrid, Ligne Roset Miami, Ligne Roset New York, and more recently, Armani Casa Miami (selected)-.
Olmos taught photography for the first time in Caracas back in 2011 when he, alongside Estudio Arte 8 Gallery, designed “Introduction to Photography” workshop, an eight sessions class that covered from history to basic camera settings. Since 2012 Olmos has taught in photography schools in Miami and New York, accumulating more than 8 years of teaching experience in the field, including a one-year professional certification in the photography program.
He currently runs his studio based in Miami and works in alliance with National Floor Plans and Photography, generating cutting edge marketing tools for architecture, interior design, and real estate fields, with operations in Florida, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, and Texas.