Camila Brugés studied dance at different schools in New York, creative writing at Griffith University, Australia, and Social Communication with audiovisual emphasis on Pontificia Universidad Javeriana de Bogotá. She has participated in several projects as an interpreter, director, writer, and producer. She is interested in scenic arts, format development, mixing media to tell stories and teaching.
She has developed a multidisciplinary work reflected in different type of projects she has carried out: writing and directing the juvenil musical El Internado, the creation of body percussion and tap inspired by music from the Antilles A-freak, the creation of an interactive documentary on the migrations of the trans population in Colombia called Ni Aqui Ni Allá, the
writing of the documentary series Masters, directed by Sergio Cabrera, writing and production of the documentary short film Niña Jose, selected by the Shnit International Film festival, Bogoshorts and FICSUR during 2018, the creation of the docu Materia Prima series, selected in the Pitch Series of DocMontevideo 2016, and more recently the writing and directing of the contemporary radio theater play Don’t Tell Anyone, released in Bogotá in 2018.
She began her career as a librettist in the Amor Sincero team, the bioseries on Marbelle’s life that started the music series in Colombia, and then continued writing for Vista Productions / RCN TV and Sony Colombia – Teleset, in long-term projects for open television.
She has developed several ideas for premium series and cinema for Dynamo Producciones and was part of the writers room of Frontera Verde, Original Netflix series produced by this company, released in 2019.
For Exile Cotent, she co-developed the adaptation of the novel Diez Mujeres de Marcela
Serrano and is currently the head writer for her project Fuentes Humanas for Amazon Studios. At the same time, she is rewriting her first personal project fiction feature film, Amparo, Gloria, Paz y Luz, and developing the project of radio-fiction Radio Fantástica.