Self-taught 28-year-old photographer born and based in Rio de Janeiro, covering Latin America and available for assignments worldwide.
Since 2017, when he focused his work on documentary photography and photojournalism, Landau is working full time as independent visual storyteller (and sometimes as a writer too), documenting social and environmental issues that he believes is undertold to the public.
Using the photography, he tries to burst the social bubbles that deprive us of different visions. He is a frequent contributor to Reuters, Folha de São Paulo, UOL and Marie Claire, among other clients.
Landau began taking photos when he was 12 years old and started to work as a freelance photographer when he was 16, working for a street fashion blog.
He worked as fashion photographer for 10 years, but after the 2013 protests in Brazil he became stringer for Reuters agency in Rio and realized he should do what he always loved.