Born in 1974, in Sao Paulo, Brazil, his big break in photojournalism at 24 occured during a bank robbery that launched his career in one of the most important Brazilian newspapers. He then went on to work for a automotive magazine within the Abril editorial group.
Cleber moved to Paris in 2005, as a Brazilian press correspondent and soon began to work in the luxury sector, photographing high-end automobiles, art, real estate, and jewelry.
Since 2006 he has been photographing bicycles in Paris.
This project is inspired by the artistic, yet utilitarian form of bikes and their presence in the everyday landscape of Paris life.
The photos show the harmony between bikes and the architecture, historical monuments and people of Paris.
"Bikes are more than a mode of transport, they are actually citizens themselves. "