PISTOIA, fine estate 2017. Strade e piazze, chiese e santi, persone e biciclette, luci e ombre, affreschi e facciate a righe, tanti alberi e un ponte sospeso in mezzo a piccole montagne. Momenti catturati attraverso la fotografia mobile, a colori. E momenti catturati attraverso la fotografia analogica (sì, pellicole sviluppate poi in casa), in bianco e nero. Sfoglia la gallery!
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Berlin based film + digital photographer, originally from Brazil.
When I was a child, I used to spend most of the time drawing – to play, to learn, to escape, and even as a way to interact with others. My grandfather taught my father how to draw, thus I inherited it. Because illustration was an activity I always enjoyed, I decided to study Fashion Design, only to find out later that such a world was definitely not for me. Luckily, all the disappointment and pressure I had while dropping University only served as inspiration for me to immerse myself in Photography.
I started working with an analog camera; a tool that remains untamed in my hands, which is the reason I still adore it. Regardless of how much I can control the camera, there are always elements of surprise interfering with my expectations. I allow a great deal of my work to feature interferences which happen freely, as if somehow I become aware that sometimes I must lose control during the process and give space to other forces (whatever they might be). But I am also a strong user of flash, digital and even mobile cameras – for me, all tools are valid.
My interests lie in Street and Documentary Photography, as well as more poetic approaches with no strings attached to reality; as long as there is some sort of provocation either in the theme or in the visual of those images, naturally. This is of course contrary to the kind of photography I do commercially, which mainly consist of cheesecake nudes of females. This is a field I am not particularly enthusiastic about, but has been supporting me financially for the past 11 years in which I’ve worked strictly with Photography, therefore giving me enough freedom to keep on pursuing my ideas and further explorations.