During covid-19 pandemic, I’ve spent a month with the Lyon family, just when London entered the first lockdown in the spring of 2020. I’ve had just moved to the UK and the Lyon family hosted me for a few weeks. I’ve known them for a couple of years now and they were very kind to […]Read more "A month with a family in lockdown"
Every year in Brazil, between June and July, there is a traditional countryside celebration called “Festa Junina”. A lot of good food and music involved, trust me. So, I’m from this very small town called Pindamonhangaba, in the countryside of São Paulo. Over there, they celebrate the date with an amazing party in a rural […]Read more "Music Train"
Yolanda Eugênio, 85 years old. An accordionist, a talented cook and a big mom for many people. An energy that spreads and cheers the heart. A person that I have the honor to know. And yes, we’ve played accordion together. 🙂 Pindamonhangaba, São Paulo, Brazil, 2020.Read more "Yolanda"
In the Spring of 2020, during the covid-19 lockdown (part 1) in London, a diverse group of neighbours from Kennington were photographed on their doorsteps 2 metres from me – the photographer (!) They were invited to bring anything that felt important at the moment and were asked the key question: ‘What have you learned […]Read more "Two Metres Apart Portrait Project"
The Bremer Circus started in the city of Porto Alegre in the South Region of Brazil and they travel to several towns in Brazil, Uruguay and Argentina. They have around 30 people in the team and each family lives in their own motorhome. All the family members perform in the show apart from helping behind […]Read more "Circus Life"
This series started after looking to my photo archive and noticing that one of my favourite things when I visit a museum or exhibition is to play a bit with compositions. By observing how people behave in these art environments, I’ve created this little series that is still a work in progress.Read more "People in Museums"