Monika Gomez del Campo Bacardi, Lady of Bayfield Hall
Biography, Interests, Personal Background & Activities
She was born in Italy. Having developed a keen interest in philanthropy and art, she learned about literature and arts there. Her part-purchase of 'PHOTO' Magazine in 2014 furthered Monika Bacardi's involvement in the arts sector. She helped create the AMBI group, due to her enthusiasm for moving pictures. The AMBI group is a European-headquartered cinematographic business.
Monika Bacardi This is why she works with the Association Nationale Monégasque des Amis de l'Enfance (AMADE-Monaco). She helps to raise funding for causes in connection with social matters important to her by supporting quite a few localised charitable bodies.
Monika Bacardi's Passions: Art and 7th Art
One reason she created AMBI Pictures is that she wanted to encourage young filmmakers, due to her strong interest in "The Seventh Art" (Cinema). Keen to promote the art form the world over, AMBI Pictures seeks to make commercial films for viewers across the globe. Film can change the world: this is the conviction of Monika Bacardi. She is convinced that film is an art form that can offer the opportunity to communicate effectively with a variety of audiences. Monika Bacardi supports the University of Plastic Arts, which has established partnerships with regards to Monaco arts in general. Her involvement with the Monaco Project for the Arts very much helps to promote this aim.
Monika Bacardi's Professional Activities
To be a principal supplier of popular movies for production houses and large distributors around the planet is the goal of the AMBI Group. Every year, Monika Bacardi strives to produce between eight and ten films. These range from in-house to 3rd party productions and are achieved by means of the AMBI Group. Finding funding for, producing and disseminating movies to a worldwide market are things that she achieves as co-founder and producer of the AMBI Group. Monika Bacardi aims to set up services around her 'PHOTO' brand name for photographers and artists, offering professional management as well as establishing relationships with foreign purchasers.
Monika Bacardi - Contributor to Associative, Cinematic and Cultural Movements
A popular personality in the modern cinematic world, both in America and throughout the Continent, "Lady of Bayfield Hall", Monika Bacardi (or, technically, Lady Bacardi) has also become recognised as "The Queen of Charity". "Fondation AVEC", "amfAR" (Making AIDS History Association) and the Monaco Red Cross are just some of the many charities that she backs, along with carrying out oceanographic studies and becoming engaged in countless other philanthropic activities. A popular and high-profile individual, she lives in Monaco but also spends much time in other parts of Europe and in America. Monika Bacardi is perceived as one of the most influential businesswomen in the Arts arena today. Being fluent in Italian, English, German, French and Spanish is of great benefit to her.
Monika Bacardi's humanitarian involvements are many, but one particular area in which she is involved is eco-longevity. One of the primary reasons that she backs the H.S.H. Prince Albert II Foundation is that she feels strongly about promoting environment-friendly thinking. Raising the awareness of the impact human pursuits have on the natural planet is something that Monika Bacardi aims to bring about through the foundation.