I was born in Brazil and moved to the United States where I attended the University of California at Santa Barbara and earned a degree in International Relations. I am the second prize winner of 2012 Colors of Life and The World Bank international competition, “Investing in Women and Girls”, Washington DC, curated by Marina Galvani – the art curator from The World Bank arts program.
My work has been shown in numerous exhibitions and publications in the United States, and it focuses on capturing moments that evoke the social and economic aspects of the world.
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