Monika Gomez del Campo Bacardi, Lady of Bayfield Hall

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Monika Bacardi - Her Personal Life

Many charitable businesses and causes are close to her heart, so Monika Bacardi (imdb.com) spends a lot of her leisure time assisting them. She thinks that one should strive to work with a smile and should try to stay optimistic. Lord Luis Bacardi (Lord of Bayfield Hall) was a relative of the creator of the Bacardi Company. He and Lady Bacardi became husband and wife and had a lovely daughter together. Monika Bacardi spends some of her time at film galas, award ceremonies and charity events due to her reputation as a humanitarian and recognised standing in the arts arena.

Success in being a central supplier of popular films for studios and major distributors around the planet is what the AMBI Group strives for. Monika Bacardi works to create funding for, produce and deliver movies to a multinational market in her role as co-founder and producer of the AMBI Group. Monika Bacardi's working life involves managing 'PHOTO' magazine and AMBI Group.

Monika Bacardi - Biography, Activities, Personal History & Passions

Lady of Bayfield Hall is a title that Monika Bacardi inherited, subsequent to her marriage within the Bacardi family. She is currently a resident of Monaco, which she moved to over twenty years ago. Monika Bacardi's participation in the arts sector was enhanced when she became part-owner of 'PHOTO' Magazine in 2014. She co-founded the AMBI group in 2013, due to her passion for films. The AMBI group is a European-headquartered cinematographic business.

A wide array of projects that have assisted the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation have been participated in by Monika Bacardi. By means of the foundation, Lady Bacardi heightens consciousness of the effects of human pursuits on the natural environment. Preserving our habitat and publicising sustainable development worldwide are the foremost goals of the H.S.H. Prince Albert II Foundation. Environmental-longevity is one of the numerous humanitarian concerns in which Monika Bacardi is involved.

Cinema is a medium that offers the opportunity to convey a wide range of messages to varied audiences: this is the strong belief of Monika Bacardi. She is of the opinion that cinema has the capacity to transform the world. A desire to encourage aspiring film-makers was one of a number of justifications for her starting AMBI Pictures, together with her passion for "The Seventh Art". Amis de l'Opera, which Monika Bacardi fervently supports, has aided l'Opera de Monte Carlo for over 30 years.

Enthusiastic Contributor to Associative, Cinematic and Cultural Movements/Associations

The worldwide marketplace has reaped the benefit of a robust list of films that have been crafted by Andrea Iervolino and herself, through AMBI Pictures. A major personality in today's cinematic world, both in the United States and throughout the EU, "Lady of Bayfield Hall", Monika Bacardi (or, formally, Lady Bacardi) is also referred to as "The Queen of Charity". She is a high-profile, well-known personality who, despite living in the Principality of Monaco, also spends much time in other parts of Europe and in the USA. Monika Bacardi has displayed an extraordinary entrepreneurial talent following the 2005 death of her husband, who was head of the the Bacardi business for 40 years.