Photographer, videomaker, writer and university professor. At age fourteen he won first prize in a photography contest, competing against young people of various ages. Although he has also explored black and white, his priority lies in color photography. After having photographed people, customs and cultures he turned his gaze to fragments, textures, details, and geometry. At a very young age he was invited by the acclaimed O Pasquim newspaper to publish an irreverent series of photos whose main subject was the egg. His work has also been published by magazines, such as Photo Camera. He took pictures of sides of buses, which were shown in a solo exhibition. He has photographed in Brazil and abroad, investigating textures, colors and reliefs. His lenses have turned to pieces of walls, sidewalks, glasses, iron, doors, windows, bathroom signs, truck bumper stickers, and objects of all sorts. These traces of daily life evolved into an aesthetical research whose outcome was shown in solo exhibitions at the Modern Art Museum of Rio de Janeiro, Rio Business Center gallery, Rio de Janeiro’s Museu da República gallery, B-75 Concorde gallery, Quadro gallery, and Artespaço gallery, among others. In São Paulo, he has featured in a collective show held at the Arco gallery and the Museum of Modern Art. Overseas, he has had a solo show at the Sofitel Hotel art gallery. His two latest, never-shown series explore the various shapes of street signs in Rio de Janeiro, and fragments of graffiti scattered about the city walls.