Camilla Serrão is a graphic designer and illustrator based in Rio de Janeiro. She's currently working on graphic explorations and symbolic investigations of creative expressions. She's currently researching connections between illustration and narrative structures, and the use of drawing as a contribution and as stimulus for the study of folkloric traditions.

She has received a BFA in Graphic Design from PUC-Rio, and is currently enrolled in PUC-Rio's MSc Design program. Has work experience in Editorial Design, having worked for a year and half in Editora Caras. She has also participated in exhibitions and design fairs with her own projects, having even been awarded the first place among the Brazilians in the international showing PARLA! 2017.

Student winner in the Illustration category at the 4th Latin American Design Awards
2020 – LADFest (Lima, Peru)
Work selected for the 6th Design Week
2018 – Bhering Factory (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)
1st place, in the Brazilian Group, in PARLA! 2017
2017 – PUC-Rio/Dhis (Brazil) e CONFIA/IPCA (Portugal)
Work selected for PUC-Rio's 10th Design Week
2016 – PUC-Rio (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)