This gallery shows the results of two of my trips to Paris, in 2009 and 2010. In both occasions I decided to shoot the beauties of the city while walking around with my lovely Canon G10 point and shoot camera. Images were only processed in Adobe Camera Raw. No Photoshop involved here.
June, 6th, 1944 changed the course of a war and of our History. It was on D-Day that the allied troops invaded Normandy for a series of episodes that shaped the world with memories of sadness, braveness, courage and brotherhood. Almost 70 years later, the place still breathes commotion, for the thousands of the daily visitors or for those many veterans who return, usually to say a last goodbye to forests, beaches, borders and foxholes they once called home.In September, 2009, I visited Normandy to produce a series of photos. And I’ve never produced anything with such emotion and passion. It was the experience of a lifetime.
This work has been published in a series of magazines and featured in exhibits in Belo Horizonte and São Paulo at Fnac’s Gallery.
This project was originally a Christmas assignment for the Bonsucesso bank. The idea was to shoot this lovely characters, but until I met them I had no idea this would be one of the most precious moments of my career.
This work has been published in PH Magazine from Canada and featured in exhibits in Belo Horizonte, Brazil.
The Tattoo project started in 2006. Almost 50 models have already been photographed for this essay. The idea here wasn’t to capture the ink itself, but the personality of each girl. A book with the whole series is now on the way.
Started in 2009, this project presents women who share those remarkably charming patches of light on their skin. Their beauty is anything but ordinary and the photos capture that along with each model’s personality and beauty. More than 30 models already posed for “Freckles” and the project was first exhibited in galleries in Belo Horizonte and Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.