About me


Graduated from a Master's degree in International Relations and passionate about photography & video, my aim is to use these two media as communication tools to assist organizations in their efforts to achieve their humanitarian and sustainable development objectives.

After having worked as a cultural project co-ordinator and communication officer at the Brazilian Embassy in Brussels for two years, I started working as a freelance documentary photographer in 2008. That same year, I started making documentary films.

My first photography and video assignment was with Doctors without Borders (MSF) in Burma. Since then, I had projects with local organisations in developing countries but also with international NGO’S and United Nations agencies.

In 2009, I created with others «Meltin’Pop - Free Advice», a non profit association based in Brussels (Belgium) that offers visual communication solution to people or project that, in a sense or another, aims at a better common good.

In 2010, I participated at the «Berlinale Talent Campus», a platform that takes place parallel to the Berlinale Film Festival and brings together young talents and experienced professionals. That same year, I participated at ESODOC - the European Social Documentary, a training initiative offered by ZeLIG School for Documentary and supported by the European Union's MEDIA Programme.

I am currently working on a long-term project on Gender-based violence and I am available for photography and video assignments.

In early 2011, Meltin’pop - Free Advice has become EXCHANGE VIEWS.