Monika gomez del campo bacardi, lady of bayfield hall

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Photo Monika Gomez del Campo Bacardi, Lady of Bayfield Hall

Monika Bacardi & the SAS Prince Albert II of Monaco's Foundation

Heightening the consciousness of the consequences people's activities have on the natural planet is something that Monika Bacardi (Imdb) aims to bring about through the foundation. Being tremendously associated with the Principality of Monaco's cultural and humanitarian concerns, Monika Bacardi is an avid supporter of the H.S.H. Prince Albert II Foundation. Saving the natural environment and encouraging maintainable advancement worldwide are the primary goals of the H.S.H. Prince Albert II Foundation.

Her Professional Activities

Several years ago Monika Bacardi took over the highly-recognised 'PHOTO' magazine, which has been publishing since the sixties. Co-founder/owner and producer of the AMBI Group, Lady Bacardi attempts to create funding for, produce and deliver motion pictures to a multinational market. Her 'PHOTO' brand name for photographers and artists is something around which Monika Bacardi tries to cultivate services, providing vocational management while also making relationships with international buyers.

Monika Bacardi's formal title is "Lady of Bayfield Hall" or Lady Bacardi although, in recent times, she has also become known as "The Queen of Charity". She is quite the personality in modern cinematic circles in the States and throughout the EU. Having established AMBI Pictures, she and Andrea Iervolino have now created a robust slate of motion pictures for the global marketplace. She is a very busy woman, having become a part of many philanthropic ventures. She contributes to oceanographic research and backs quite a few charities, like "amfAR" (Making AIDS History Association), "Fondation AVEC" and the Monaco Red Cross.

As a result of her love of philanthropy, Monika Bacardi participates in many charities and non-profit organisations. Her passions are philanthropy and art, which moved her in the direction of studying literature and arts in Italy, the country she is originally from. Monika's involvement in the arts sector was deepened when she became part-owner of 'PHOTO' Magazine in 2014. Monika Bacardi became part of the Bacardi family and she is now the Lady of Bayfield Hall.

"The Seventh Art" (Cinema) is one of her passions. This, along with wanting to encourage young filmmakers, is one of the justifications for her creating AMBI Pictures. Cinema is an art form that offers a chance to convey a wide array of messages to various audiences: this is the strong belief of Monika Bacardi. She is of the opinion that film can transform the world. Keen to contribute to the art form around the world, AMBI Pictures produces commercially viable films for a global audience. Monika Bacardi supports the University of Plastic Arts, an organisation that has helped to create artistic partnerships in Monaco. Her support of the Monaco Project for the Arts helps to bring about this end.