About my experience as a photographer
Graduated Architect and Urban Planner from São Carlos School of Engineering, University of São Paulo, where from the beginning I had the opportunity of studying and developing my photography skills. Within the Department of Architecture, where throughout one year I have been the responsible for the amateur photography laboratory, and the USP Cultural Center, I have organized and taken part in several photography events and workshops, with important Brazilian professionals such as Emidio Luisi, Antonio Saggese e Haroldo Palo Jr.
After some time pursuing a personal language – a constant process – I began using photography as a tool to understand and represent the interrelationship between architecture, the cities where they stand and the people transiting through this whole system.
In 2008 I moved to Milan, Italy, where I came in touch with new learning possibilities and could explore in different ways how people interact with a different urban environment.
I have always liked to work as an amateur – using a noble meaning of the word: one who is fond of what he does – trying to get the maximum output from a minimum equipment, having at the same time, among other, a greater mobility and discretion.
As part of a digital workflow, I have a great experience with specific software, specially Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Lightroom, as well as 360ºVR photo stitching.