My work explores concepts relating to everyday life – a process that attempts to challenge what is worth noticing. The materials I use are very important to me; they have to maintain a dialogue with my research but I’m drawn to use any media I feel fits the purpose. I consider that the medium is just a tool so I don’t constrain myself in using any particular technique. 

I’m mainly inspired by technology, language and time and how, on an anthropological level, these three concepts make who we are.


SOLO SHOWS
2015 – “Plugs by the Window” at 139artspace – London
2014 – “Plugs & Drawings” at DialogArt – Vienna
2012 – Oxjam Festival in Brixton (commission) – London
2010 – “Private Talks and a Nokia 3109” ­ Tea Leaf Arts – London
2006 – “Simultaneity” – New York Rio Tokyo Gallery – Berlin

SELECTED GROUP SHOWS
2016 – Nautical Perspectives – Devon’s House @ St. Katherine’s Dock – London
2014 – Selected for the Hackney WickED Arts Festival 2014 – London
2012 – Southwark Music & Art Festival – London South Bank University – London
– “OH!” – Deptford X London’s Contemporary Art Festival – London
– “Black is White/White is Black” – Nolia’s Gallery – London
– “Doors of Perception” – Misty Moon Gallery – London
2011 – “PRINT & DESIGN NOW! 2011” – SW1 Gallery & BEARSPACE Gallery – London
– “Live Window Dressing” (Collaborative) – Tea Leaf Arts – London
2010 – “The Collector’s Eye: Peers” – FotoFest ­ Houston – USA
2009 – “Art Swap” – London
2008 – “Tea Leaf Arts ­ London
2005 – “Um Convite à uma Outra Viagem” – Luz & Hebraica Train Stations – Sao Paulo


EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND
2010 – MA (Artist Teacher and Contemporary Practice) at Goldsmiths University of London
1999 – BTEC – National Diploma in Photography at City of Westminster College
1996 – BA in Graphic Design (First Class Honours) at Universidade de Belas Artes de Sao Paulo – Brazil

AWARDS
1996 – CAPES scholarship: a bursary to study abroad by the Brazilian Ministry of Education and Culture
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