37 years old, graduated in journalism and currently living in São Paulo.
Operates since 2012 as a freelance photojournalist and photographer is currently the Social Service of Commerce (SESC) in São Paulo.
He has performed work for Brazilian newspapers and magazines, as well as some international.
Made photographic coverage of the migratory problem with Haitians who entered illegally in Brazil, from the Acre's border and the accident in the city of Mariana (MG) where there was disruption in two tailings dams owned by Samarco mining.
In the picture, a homeless child sleeps on the sidewalk in front of the building of the federation of industries from the state of Sao paulo, while protesters pro impeachment raise their flags and talk to each other ignoring his presence.
In the picture, a protester accompanying apprehensively the vote on a big screen set up in the Valley of Anhangabaú in São Paulo.
On 17 April, the Chamber of Deputies to authorize, by 367-137, the Senate to open impeachment proceedings against President Dilma Rousseff.
From the World Cup announcement in Brazil (2014), several protests took place across the country where demonstrators called for more investment to the people and less on competition.