I am a 28-years-old Brazilian, living in Sao Paulo, Brazil. A marketing professional graduate at ESPM, social entrepreneur and photographer specializing in portraits and travel.

I had worked as account manager for 7 years in agencies such as R/GA, SapientNitro, WundermanRazorfishDigitas, Nurun and Publicis working with clients such as PepsiCo, Mastercard, Nike, Bradesco, Johnson & Johnson, Nokia, Microsoft, P&G and Azul Airlines.

I quit agencies universe for 2 years and focused on working at startups. The first one was Polarr.co, which took me even closer to the photograph's universe. Nowadays, I am a Senior Project Manager for EA LATAM at Weber Shandwick and Founder of Antility.

In the last 2 years, I have dedicated half of my daily-time making digital marketing consulting and co-creating content with brands on Instagram and other social channels. Like Land Rover, Samsung, Twitter, TNT, Chevrolet and McDonald's. I am passionate about social entrepreneur, sharing economy, traveling, meeting new people and building community for social good impact. I also believe fortune
favors the bold.

I grew up in a rural area which significantly shaped my photographic style. Apart from navigating through some minimal and urban styles as well. I also love making videos such as cinema-graphs, stop-motions and hyper-lapses. 

Passionate about traveling, I have used the platform of Instagram for the last 2 years to share my impressions and reflections on a daily basis.

In order to inspire the viewer and portray my experiences realistically, i aim not only to document my travels in nature, but incorporate my personal interpretation with particular importance on composition and mood about this connection with the environment. I had visited 11 countries and 35 cities around the world so far: London Brighton, Paris, Brussels, Bangkok, Phuket, New York, Los Angeles, Carmel, Monterey, San Francisco, Amsterdam, Athens, Copenhagen, Oslo, Bergen, Lofoten, Faroe Islands and obviously Brazil.


How was
to work for Niche.

How was
to work for Polarr.co

(apologies in advance. this one sucks really bad)

How was