I work for 15 years in photojournalism. I have photos posted in the main vehicles of communication in Brazil, for example the magazines Isto é, Viva Mais, Rodeio Country, Beach e Co, Balanço Social Cógnis, O petroleiro, Photo Plus (Portuguese magazine specialized in photo) and others.
I also work for the following newspapers, Diário Popular, Tribuna de Santos, Estadão, Jornal da Tarde, Diário de São Paulo and Agora São Paulo. I was adviser to film, photo and video Fundacc of Educational and Cultural Foundation of Caraguatatuba, for 4 years.
- Awards --
Don Bosco Award for Photo Journalism
First place - 2007 and 2008.
- Workshops taught --
"The use of photography in the Classroom"
For students of pedagogy of UNIP, Campus Jacarei - SP.
"ABC's Digital Photography"
To officials of the Municipality of Caraguatatuba.
"Photography Universal Language"
For students of the Journalism Unimódulo.
- Exhibitions --
Test, test - 2007
Photographic essay on the backstage drama of the Letters of Light project to encourage reading.
"Eye in Eye" - 2006
Traveling exhibition in the Catholic churches of North Coast of São Paulo that address social issues.
"365 days of Mario Covas Theater" - 2005
Celebration of one year at the Teatro Mario Covas Caraguatatuba - SP.
"Sports" - 2005
Pictures made during the 2004 Regional Games and exposed in the games of 2005 in Caraguatatuba.
"São Paulo is another point of view" - 2004
Photos in commemoration of the anniversary of 450 years in São Paulo by photographers of Caraguatatuba. Exposed along with the photographs of Sebastião Moreira during the anniversary of Caraguatatuba and coffee later in the Pinacoteca do Estado.
- Participation in book -
Caraguatatuba 150 years - 2007, Photograph and publishing a photograph.
Caraguá temperament of Mother - 2004, Photography.
Sujets préférés :
In sports and photojournalism in stock I'm just beginning, but like the still, in fact the creation is better than stock, since the photographer has time for that. Photojournalism in the creation has to come quickly because time is short, especially in daily journalism.