I could tell my story using words, but I would rather do that through my photography.
That's why I love so much this quote from Steve McCurry. I identify myself to it and I always keep this sentence as a mantra. I shape my world through my lenses and bring to people a more romantic and positive view from what is out there.
I do hope you enjoy exploring my images.
I am a 37 years old designer / photographer who lives in Toronto, Canada.
I have a solid educational background, including a Bachelor Degree in Social Communication and Advertising and an MBA in Business Management (emphasis on Strategic Marketing). Recently, I graduated in the Interactive Media Management post-grad program at Centennial College and now I'm at Design Management post-grad program at George Brown College.
My professional experience includes working as a marketing and e-commerce manager to a great Brazilian companies. Besides the experiences listed above, I also have experience as a professional photographer.
Today, I'm a graphic and UX designer at No Campfire Required, in Toronto.
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My photography interest in a real engaged way started almost twenty years ago in university, a passion that began in an old all mechanical Nikon FM2 model. It was my first contact with photography beyond point and shot cameras, which started to change my viewpoint not only about photography itself, but also about the world.
During this time, I never wanted to be labeled in just one kind of photography. It does not mean lack of sure about which kind of language I want to print to my work, but an actual identification to all diversity that photography can bring in.