Co-Founder & CEO
Giselle is a social entrepreneur and creative director in London. She has a BA in Anthropology and Media from Goldsmiths - University of London. Giselle has been working to develop a new approach to social transformation, where creativity can be harnessed to fuel human development, mainly amongst children and youngsters from marginalised communities. Giselle is also Campaign Director at It's a Penalty - a global campaign to raise awareness about the violation of children's rights in partnership with major sporting events like the Olympics & Paralympics Games. Giselle is also the founder of - a creative consultancy in London.
Daniel has a PhD in Science of Communication, teaches photojournalism at AESO university in Recife, Brazil, and is a fellow researcher at the Center for Investigation in Media and Journalism (CIMJ) in Portugal. Daniel has an extensive track record of achievements through his work with participatory photography for social change in Brazil and Portugal. He has worked as a consultant for organisations like Unicef, Child Fund and World Vision.
Photographer & Educator
Leonil is a documentary photographer, who has been travelling Brazil for over 5 years to document some of the country's most iconic cultural expressions. His work has been exhibited in some of the most prestigious galleries in Brazil. To find out more about Leonil's work please visit his website.
Webb's photographs have been presented in 28 solo shows, principally in the UK, Russia & across the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) - from London to Minsk to St Petersburg to Moscow to Irkutsk. In Brazil, UNESCO and the Ministerio da Cultura recently commissioned an exhibition of Webb's images to commemorate laws to protect culture at the Museum of Indigenous People. Webb has delivered education programmes ranging from individual lectures and workshops to long term mentoring of new photographers.
Webb’s work has received acclaim in the media inc. National Geographic Russia, The Moscow Times, L'Oeil de la Photographie, Vedomosti, ITAR-TASS, TV Dozhd & Time Out. To find out more about Webb's work please visit his website
Francisco graduated in Law and practiced as a solicitor before engaging in an international English teaching career in Europe. This brought him to the UK where he started fundraising for top charities, which ended up leading him to a successful career in corporate sales. At the moment, he works in strategic sales for a large multinational which offers augmented identity and biometric solutions. He also shares his skills and enthusiasm to help Eyes of the Street raise the required funds to accomplish its mission.