Regina Mester is a London based independent Photographer, Writer, Graphic Designer and worked as a Promoter of Brazilian Cultural Events for many years. Passionate about photography, she develops several themes, emphasizing multiculturalism and diversity as a comprehensive photographic identity.
In London she studied Graphic Design at Kingston University, Diploma in Translation at Westminster University and Reflexology (ITEC/level 3) at Richmond Adult College. She worked as a Bilingual Computer Software Trainer for the Migrants Resource Centre (MRC) and took on the role of an IT Network Assistant at the PETROBRAS London Office.
Later Regina became the president of the Brazilian Educational and Cultural Centre (BrEACC) where she promoted the Brazilian Culture and Language.
At present, Regina commercially shoots events for companies, schools, individuals, as well as local newspapers and as the director of ReMe Arts, she also produces graphical patterns used in clothing, accessories and ornaments.
In Brazil, Regina studied Biology at Gama Filho University in Rio de Janeiro and worked as a Biology Teacher. Regina also worked as a Photojournalist, Writer, Book Editor and was the co-owner of a Bar for many years where she promoted a series of cultural and music events.