Brazilian Visual Artist, researcher and Gallerist. Former UN Contractor.
Achieved a Masters Degree in Art, Society and Human Rights at Rio de Janeiro Federal University Law School (UFRJ/FND) and a postgraduate degree in Image and Photography Studies at Rio de Janeiro Institute for Academic Reseach (IUPERJ).
Has been a student-monitor at Parque Lage School of Visual Arts (EAV - Parque Lage).
A photographer since 2014, pursuing long term projects such as the documentation of landless workers' life in Minas Gerais - Brazil and the Carnaval in Small Cities in Rio de Janeiro and Minas Gerais.
During late 2019 and ealry 2020, worked as a Photographic Contractor for the United Nations (UNDP), recording life in 19 cities.
Has also self-published two photobooks: Outro Carnaval and The Violence Allegory.