Camely Medina- Bio


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Born and raised in the beautiful island of Puerto Rico, personal manager Camely Medina began her entertainment career at the tender age of five as a cheerleader. Her charm, high velocity and stunning beauty quickly lead her to her several beauty pageant, Miss Television, Miss Piel Canela and La Chica Joven de Menudo in her hometown of Ponce where she went on to win the “Chica Ojos Hermosos” award. She was trained in one one of the most prestigious modeling schools in Puerto Rico and featured in the finest fashion and hair shows in the island. Camely always kept her eye toward the future, allowing her involvement in television commercials such as Barcelo Rum, Coca Cola, 7up to mention just a few to motion pictures such as “Donnie Brasco” ,”Captain Ron”,  ”The Pest” and many more to help build her knowledge of the entertainment industry. She later attended the respectful “Universidad del Sagrado Corazon” and graduated with a bachelors degree in Telecommunications, television production and a minor degree in tourism.

In 1992, Ms. Medina made a move that would change her life, she began working in the city of South Beach while traveling everywhere from Mexico City to New York and began booking commercials through the Famous Faces Talent Agency and Contempo as well as “Telenovelas” in the world known television empire, Televisa. Yet being in front of the camera wasn’t enough for this young ambitious lady. She knew for a lasting career in entertainment she needed to be involved behind the scenes as well and in 1995 she began working as a receptionist for manager David Maldonado, publicist Blanca Lasalle and famous booking agent Juan Toro. With their guidance she was able to work with world-renowned Latino artists, Marc Anthony, Gilberto Santarosa, Olga Tañon, and Victor Manuel.

Jet-setting from New York to Miami the next few years Camely gained enough experience to produce some of the most well-received special events in the country. She was fortunate enough to be taken under the wing as production assistant for the powerful Ralph Paniagua company. It did not take long before she began producing and managing many live stage shows for the company. One such show included the “Tropical Music Festival”concerts in the hottest spots of Miami. She later was summoned to create and produce the magnificent 4th of July Concerts in Bayfront Park. Since then she has worked as a video producer for various artists and used her relationships with the Ritz Carlton and other powerful companies to coordinate accommodations, travel and  transportation for major network music award shows such as the world-famous, Telemundo “Latin Billboard Awards” and the Univision,  Premios Juventud”, “Premio Lo Nuestro”, “Tributo Al Latin Grammy” as well as the nationally televised “Latin Grammy Awards” and Billboard Awards & Pitbull’s New Year’s Revolution for FOX. As a Producer Camely has worked for various TV shows, “La Voz Kids” (travel), “El Factor X”(casting), “Yo Soy El Artista” (travel),“Mira Quien Baila”(talent) and “La Banda” (audience). She also worked as an Associate & Segment Producer for these TV Reality Shows (“Lucky Bastards”, “Born Hip Hop”,  “Rich in Faith”, “WAGS”, “Hidden America”, etc.) 

As a casting recruiter she scouted candidates for tv shows such as “Hells Kitchen”, “The Bachelorette” and “Common Sense” (for ABC & NBC). Camely collaborates on a regular basis as an audience scouter, booker & coordinator for Viacom specially MTV.

Known for her keen eye for detail, positive energy and personable service her extraordinary work hasn’t gone unnoticed. In fact, for the last few years Ms. Medina has been called upon by some of the largest major record labels in the world to be their personal talent coordinator.

With her strong industry relationships and impeccable reputation, Ms. Medina has formed her own powerhouse events coordination, tv productions and personal talent management company which has taken the industry by storm. Camely has developed powerful campaigns to produce and promote products, restaurants, fashion designers, etc.