Sitting there with a quivering notion while jet packs exhale. The waveforms parade and your portrait is drawn to the world.
A Cidade é um Rio de Passos e Vozes. “A Cidade é um Rio de Passos e Vozes” is a long-term personal project on my hometown, Rio de Janeiro.
ABnimal. I like to go out and take street photographs while imagining myself as Indiana Jones who is wading through the jungle, searching and hunting for exotic animals to add to his collection.
Hallucination. Rather than capturing perfect pictures on streets, I am trying to push up my street photographic work to conceptual series, making books and zines out of them. Here are some examples.
A lonely corner. I found some loneliness on the street corner. Maybe there is too little spiritual life here. Use my funny eyes to give some comfort to life. Blessing.
Coincidences. This work explores the relationship city dwellers share with their chaotic, demanding urban environments.
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.
Poetry in the rain. A series of pictures telling different stories but with one thing in common, rainy weather.
A dying universe. Photographs from a dying universe is a project about some of the little moments around. Walking around streets and parks of Dhaka at night is like one of my daily routines. An extra dose of light combined with black and white makes these little moments stand out from the darkness.
Street photography from very very close.
Dhaka, The Streets & A Mobile Camera. Wondering across my city, I try to find out the unseen in the seen, or maybe the unseen that needs to be seen.
Tel Street is not a studio. Street Photography moments.
A collection of images from 4 projects across Spain, Cuba, Mexico and around the UK.
Streets. When I go out to street to take pictures, I like to be aware to coincidences, expressions, colors, combinations. See what people do, how they relate to the environment and how the environment relates to them.
The Flowing spirit. My project about the spiritual experience.
I see street photography as a moment to myself, where I discover happily the people. It makes me feel good, and it is my way to experience a deep contact with everyday life.
DeadliNNe Vision. My submission it´s my vision of the world, what I most like to watch and what makes me interested. I like to work in old style, it makes me feel more what I am capturing and also the mood around.
The camera is a tool: Used plainly it can document the world as we see it. Used a little differently however, it can reveal to us a version of the world that is invisible to us.
From England With Love. England is a country that I had the pleasure of traveling many times through various journeys. However, before moving to Bristol in 2011, I never had the opportunity to explore and observe it in any depth.
Moments. My work is curiosity, it is the ability to freeze funny situations, it is looking for light and darkness, gestures and expressions trying to communicate my point of view. To do this, I use colors, black and white or silhouettes as tools to realize my ideas.
Moments. The pictures that I show in this serie are single shots that taken together they try to tell the city where I live. Obviously, these are only a little part of the pictures.
“Yuxta”. Juxtaposition is a rhetorical device that places two elements in close relationship for comparative purposes. Juxtaposition is a type of comparison. Typically, the two elements being juxtaposed have differences and the juxtaposition is meant to highlight contrasting effects.
Rock and a Hard Place. Rock and a Hard Place is a series of pictures capturing the other side of Suzhou’s technology gloss and Shanghai’s unabashed glitz to document the everyday lives of these cities’ working class members.
The Story of the Outsiders. I like to roam around the city and hunt down the strange and unnoticed moments. Try to capture the strange and unique moments whenever I have the chance. Love to shoot in colour because colours make our eyes soothing.
Beach and Carnival. I live in a city with a large urban beach and fantastic carnivals, I like to show in my photos the life of people on the street and in these environments.
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.
All We Have Is Now. My first self-published zine. A selection of everyday images sprinkled with a generous handful of surrealism and cynicism.
Street life of Dhaka. I always search for colors, unique subjects and candid moments in my surroundings. I love to shoot in public setting and try to find the unusual moments of life around my city.
The longest power outages in Ghana. When you walk through central Accra, you hear this annoying buzz. It’s like the buzz of a mosquito in your ear. It comes from all the businesses that are using generators.