Raphael Dias is a passionate visual storyteller that believes in the power of meaningful content. His recent work engaging audiences with meaningful stories can be seen in the Cannes Lions Grand Prix winner “The Refugee Nation”, for the Amnesty International and in the documentary “Transparents”, that shines a light into the transgender issue, for the Red Cross.
He is a proud co-founder of SquarePixel Films, where he has directed spots for Banks, Telecoms and other multinational companies always pursuing beautifully crafted stories, where he can align his extensive post-production background with his talent to understand and connect with people to extract the best from them on screen.
“Brands that already understood how the digital natives perceive the world around them are already engaging with the youth in a much more sensitive and productive way. Let’s make truthful and meaningful advertising for everyone.”
Master of Arts in Visual Effects and always hungry for learning, Raphael has garnered several awards throughout his careers, such as Best of Show at The One Show, D&AD pencils, Grand Prize at The New York Festivals and 19 prestigious Cannes Lions, including a Grand Prix and a Titanium Lion.