I was born in a rather lifeless english seaside town; at the age of four, my parents made a brave - yet wise decision - to move to São Paulo, Brazil.
At 17, I decided to buckle up and pursue a life in photography. At 19, I began assisting a handful of photographers, including Mario Testino, and, soon after, I began working solo in film and photo productions between London and São Paulo.
Today, I am a freelance filmmaker and photographer, based between London and São Paulo, working predominantly with content production and social impact documentaries for brands. I also eagerly implement transmedia strategies for all social projects I develop.
In my spare time, I also run a non-profit organisation that represents, creates content, and trains, artists with disabilities in Brazil (find our more at: www.assimsomos.com). And occasionally, when invited, I give talks on creativity and social impact through imagery. Some spaces that have recently welcomed me are: LACC (Los Angeles Community College), Recife Image Brazil, SENAC, The London Somerset House, among others.