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Ramiro Munoz

Content Creator

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Post-production and cinematography specialist with a background in acting, videography, television production and broadcasting.

Specialist Skills

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Cinematography

Worked alongside acclaimed Argentinian film director Carlos Sorín and was the chief cinematographer for multiple films

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Post Production

Produced a number of short independent films

IIEPD-International Institute of Entrepreneurship and Professional Development-0076-3840 x 5760

Broadcasting

Camera Operative for Sky & Gearhouse Broadcast

Career Journey

Ramiro Munoz is a post-production and cinematography specialist who has a wealth of experience on both sides of the screen. For Ramiro, creating brand videos, whether it is a product review video or educational content, must have a story. And this story must resonate with the audience and should effectively convey the key message of the brand.

He began his career as an aspiring actor at the age of 16 and he went on to study Screen and Media in Buenos Aires, Argentina and Sydney, Australia. When he was based in Argentina, he worked alongside acclaimed Argentinian film director Carlos Sorín, as an assistant, on a yet-to-be-released documentary about Cromañón, a night club that tragically caught fire in 2008 and led to 194 people losing their lives. Whilst working with Carlos Sorín, Ramiro developed an interest in filmmaking and production. 

Whilst he was in Australia, he worked for Sky as a camera operative covering horse racing and for Gearhouse Broadcast where he covered basketball and racing. He also worked at Endemol Shine Australia where he worked as a technical assistant on season 2 of Australian Survivor.

Ramiro also produced a number of short independent films. He wrote, directed and edited Special Chino, and he was the chief cinematographer for Anarchy Arcade, American Foul-Brood and Shoot.

In early 2019, Ramiro moved to the UK in search of a new challenge. He wanted to bring his expertise in post-production, cinematography and videography to help businesses convey their story through video. Since arriving, Ramiro has made an impact for a number of brands in health and beauty, textiles and fashion.