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Nicolas Landa

Biography

Nicolás Landa Tami is an audiovisual producer from Lima, Peru. He is the co-founder and director of Coast 2 Coast, a participatory communication movement working together with artisanal fishing villages along the coastlines for socio-ecological resilience. For the past four years, Nico has taken a participatory approach to environmental reporting, facilitating communications workshops on marine degradation and cultural erosion in remote or marginalized coastal communities in Peru, Colombia, Trinidad, Guyana, Jamaica, Mexico, India and Indonesia. His international partners include the Ocean Conservancy, Birch Aquarium at the Scripps Institute of Oceanography, the U.S. Consulate General, Surabaya and Billabong. Regionally, in his native Peru, Nico established The Lobitos Cinema Project, an intercultural audiovisual platform, that works with the local artisanal fishing community to share their stories in 2011. His partners include the Ministry of Environmental and Culture, La Universidad de Catolica, private enterprises and nonprofit organizations. As a cinematographer, Nico’s latest film, The Last Shaman, was executively produced by Leonardo Di Caprio and presented by Netflix

Area of Environmental Journalism Interest
Climate Change, Oceans
Additional Areas of Environmental Journalism Interest
media,

Professional

City
Global
Country
PE
Occupation
Non-governmental organization
Job Title
Director / Media trainer / Cinematography
Media Type
('Multimedia',)
Organization Name
Coast 2 Coast
Organization Website
https://www.coast2coastmovement.com/
Language
English / Spanish
Birth Year
1982
Gender
Male
Holds a passport valid?
True

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