Stranger in the Light. This is my primary photography project since the spring of 2017. Stranger in the Light explores candid interactions of people and silhouettes with interesting public spaces filled with intense light and dark shadows.
Running from the Sun. There is a place that seems so far from here. A place where the sand, the dirt, the rock and the sky live in harmony. Where the sun beats down on the man formed brick and the asphalt of the journey to the West.
DETROIT – The shrinking city.reets. This is a reportage i made in 2016 for one month in Detroit. Some pictures were published in Courrier International, Spiegel, La Repubblica, etc.
United Streets of America. United Streets of America is a series of street pictures shot across a dozen of US cities I had the opportunity to visit through work and personal trips.
On an Island. These photographs represent a larger body of work I hope to show one day. My eye is consistently drawn to those lost in something – themselves, another, or just the world around them.
Objects, a Love Story. This collection began with a single frame. It happened at a crosswalk where I stood waiting for the right of way. A stander-by caught my attention. What attracted were their socks.
Unfinished Business. These photographs are from an ongoing book project titled “Unfinished Business” with a forward by Magnum photographer Constantine Manos.
Same old, same old. This work is a selection of analog images shot in NYC during the last two years. The title of this series ‘Same old, same old’ represents my obsession on going over and over to the same places waiting for something that seduces me.
Between Us, NYC. A series that I did in the summer of 2015 for three months in NYC. Every day I took to the streets to get to know this city its energy. like a woman, you’re getting to know. I’m interested in the moment that set up in front of me.
Street. I love to look, and photography gives me a language to describe what I see. I am an obsessive visual note taker, always on the hunt for the random and iconic moments of the every day.
In Plain Sight. These shots are everyday moments that anyone can find with some astute observation and a little bit of luck. NYC is an endless sea of opportunity. You just have to hop on board the ride (with a camera of course).
Saudade. “Saudade” is a series of photographs taken by me between October 2017 through April 2018. Saudade is a Portuguese word that refers to melancholic longing and that has no equivalent in English.
Noir on Mars. All taken on one night in DUMBO each photograph in “Noir on Mars” takes every day and highly recognizable objects and architectural features and transforms them into UFOs, stars and alien landscapes.
I guess I’ve been in love with light and shadow from as far back as I can remember. Lately, I have found myself drawn to creating images that capture mood through light and texture.
New York City streets. New York City amazes me – a melting pot where, despite the mixture of lives and cultures, people preserve their own individuality. Those single identities I like to watch and catch trough my camera.
A living city. Living in São Paulo, the metropolis is an alpha global city, and the most populous in Brazil. Having the largest economy in Latin America, and the Southern Hemisphere.
Ten untold stories. Ten little stories from Cuba – untold so far.
Brasília, DF. For me, street photography is about transforming reality into one’s own world, into personal fiction. The streets of Brasilia, where I live, are often very empty, boring and little prone to human interaction.
Brooklyn. Manhattan had become me a pointless destination and I headed towards Brooklyn in the search of James Gray, Scorsese, and Spike Lee film characters.
Photos were taken at Williams, a small town of 2300 souls in Arizona for a two-day break. It was the famous July 4th, famous for the American Independence Day.