Fede Lamas

Federico Lamas (Buenos Aires, 1979) is a freelance Visual Artist (designer, filmmaker, illustrator and VJ). His works range from experimental videos, books, zines, VJ sets, posters, animation, film-video-direction , installations, music clips or short films among other stuff.

VJ / Video-installation / Video Production

His degree is Image and Sound design by the Buenos Aires University. He play with video since ever. His live video sets started in severals dance parties and clubs in Buenos Aires. 
 As video-artist he set up installations and performed live video at festivals, galleries, and museums all around the world:

Musée de la Civilization, Québec City, Canada ; Museo de Arte Moderno de Buenos Aires, Mutek Argentina, Music Wins Ar, Buenos Aires, Argentina; Bienal Videobrasil, São Paulo, Brazil; Festival Multiplicidade, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; TREMOR, Açores Island, Portugal; Campechana & Bastarda, Mexico DF; Vértigo Galeria, Mexico DF; Perrosky Show/Cerro Santa Lucía, Santiago de Chile; Bienal de Arte Joven, Buenos Aires, Argentina; Anticafe, Madrid, España; ArteBA, Buenos Aires, Argentina, and many more.

On december 2019, he release a music clip for the music artist and producer RAMZi from Montreal. The result of the video is part of VJ set Federico release in 2019 called PESSTO, a 40 to 60 minutes show. He also play the set live together with the Argentinian musician Axel Krygier. Due to COVID-19 many presentations of this set were postponed to 2021.

He also does video-production, means that in most of his commercial work as a video-filmmaker Federico Lamas usually do several roles on each one. At least, direction, camera, editing, graphic design and postproduction. In his 15 years portfolio we can find advertising video shorts, fashion films, music clips, opening credits animation for films, postproducción for films, interviews videos and so on.


Some of the brands or institutions he works with as VJ (some of the sets specially commissioned) or as a video-maker are: 
 Museo de Bellas Artes de Buenos Aires; Chivas Regal, UnderArmour, YouTube, Ministerio de Cultura Argentina, Fabrica del Taco Buenos Aires, Publimetro Perú, Varsovia Films, Unicef, Teatro Colón, Bodegas Bianchi, Natura, Disney, Pucará Cine, Chack films, UN3, Centro Cultural Konex, Pens Store, Confitte, among others.