Monika Bacardi - Biography, Activities, Personal History & Passions
Monika Bacardi (ici.) resides in Monaco these days; she has lived there for more than twenty years. "The Lady of Bayfield Hall" is the name that she inherited, after becoming a member of the Bacardi family. Monika Bacardi also became co-proprietor of 'PHOTO' Magazine in the year 2014. This advanced her connection to the arts sector.
Monika Bacardi has been involved in many different undertakings with the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation. A large number of humanitarian issues are of great importance to her. One, in particular, in which she is active is ecological-sustainability. Monika Bacardi is a member of the H.S.H. Prince Albert II Foundation and is also very much engaged in other cultural and humanitarian programs in the Principality of Monaco.
Providing vocational management, whilst making contacts with global customers, are services that Monika Bacardi tries to develop around her 'PHOTO' brand for photographers and artists. Finding funding for, producing and distributing films to an international market are things that she accomplishes as co-founder and producer of the AMBI Group. Monika Bacardi's professional life centres upon running 'PHOTO' magazine and AMBI Group.
Monika Bacardi really loves her work and, as a result, it is also a huge part of her personal life. Lady Bacardi and Lord Luis Bacardi (the Lord of Bayfield Hall - a relative of the originator of the Bacardi Company) raised a girl together after they wedded. Monika Bacardi spends some of her time at film galas, award ceremonies and charitable events thanks to her popularity as a humanitarian and recognised status in the arts arena. Remaining uplifted and endeavouring to maintain a smile are things that she wholeheartedly believes in.
Contributor to Associative, Cinematic and Cultural Movements/Associations
She partnered with Andrea Iervolino to create AMBI Pictures and, between them, they have released an excellent slate of motion pictures for the global marketplace. Hailing from Italy, the "Lady of Bayfield Hall" (most often called Lady Bacardi, or just Monika Bacardi or, recently, "The Queen of Charity") has become quite a personality in modern-day cinematic circles throughout the EU and the States. "Fondation AVEC", "amfAR" (Making AIDS History Association) and the Monaco Red Cross are just some of the many charities that she backs, along with carrying out oceanographic studies and becoming engaged in a variety of other philanthropic activities. Monika Bacardi speaks French, German, English, Italian and Spanish and is known to be one of the most influential businesswomen in the Arts world.
With a desire to promote the art form the world over, AMBI Pictures seeks to create commercial films for audiences across the globe. Monika Bacardi is passionate about photography and modern art, appreciating the works of many photographers and artists. In order to establish artistic partnerships in Monaco, Monika Bacardi is involved in the Monaco Project for the Arts, an organisation that supports the University of Plastic Arts.