Created and molded by street culture, I spent most of my adolescence on a skateboard, I became an observer of the architecture, light and movement that the city showed. But it was in 2003 when I worked as an office boy on TV Cultura that I actually knew photography and from then on I did not stop recording everything that fascinated me.
After studying at Senac and then at the Focus School of Photography, among other workshops and lectures with renowned photographers, I started an authorial work as a street photographer, a work that I dedicate myself to today.
In 2016, I took to photographing Manos e Minas's TV Cultura program, the only open TV program that speaks directly to the periphery and which addresses themes of street culture such as dance, poetry, graffiti and music. With part of the material of this work, I made an exhibition that was open between December 2016 and March 2017, at Patuá Discos.
Currently I dedicate to photographing what I like: The Music and the urban scene.