Creative Macau

Center for Creative Industries

Visual Arts

Maria do Carmo Correia

Maria do Carmo Correia is a photographer for the published books “The New Macau” travel book, and the VIP Book of the Macau Dome for MEAGOC.

Corporate photography for clients as CEM, ADA( Macau Airport), JET ASIA, SIEMENS- Hong Kong.

15 years experience working with Portuguese and International newspapers, magazines, and advertisers.

Highlights include lengthy collaborative associations with: Time Magazine, South China Morning Post, Thai Airways Inflight Magazine, Cathay Pacific Inflight Magazine, Air Macau Inflight Magazine, Volta ao Mundo, Máxima, Correio de Domingo, Rotas e Destinos, Descobrir, Caras, and Exame, Revista Macau, Expresso Newspaper , Macau Business(complete list available upon request).

Field, studio and black & white laboratory experience. 10 years of image placement experience with International Image, Photo and Advertising Agencies.

Placement of images with Sofoto, for production of collection of postcards of Portuguese landmarks.

Image sales with Agência Internacional de Imagens, Casa da Imagem/Fototeca Internacional, agencies which place my work all over the world in print and advertising venues. Some agencies that have been using my images in adverting campaigns, postcards and promotional brochures are: Euro RSCG Publicidade, Edson FCB, Novodesign, L&A Marketing Directo for clients as BNU Bank, Mc Donald’s, Tabaqueira, Portugal Telecom, Sonae, TVI, Bayer, Ambelis, etc.

Images sales with Alamy, online worldwide stock photo agency. Photographer for LUSA, the Portuguese News Agency, in Macau Office. Sells Fine Art prints in limited and open editions, in color and black&white.


“CITIES” B/W Photography group exhibition

23rd July — 20th August, 2015

Five of our members: Carmo Correira, Ieong Man Pan, Marina Carvalho, Tang Kuok Ho, Wilson Caldeira, are exhibiting a series of photographs on 23 of July that certainly will give to the public a very personal point of view of what they feel when they explore cities by walking. CITIES are no doubt an urban […]

A sense of Heritage

3rd December, 2007