I was born in Lisbon, in 1976.
I’ve training in photojournalism with CENJOR (Porto), photography in IPF (Porto) and an internship at Global Imagens Agency (Porto).
Currently I live and work as a freelance photographer in Porto.
War, genocide, famine were the horsemen of an apocalypse that broke out in Syria, spread through Iraq and created the largest flow of refugees in History. Those who have surmounted the successive obstacles which came in front of them and end up reaching some peaceful place to live, continue to live surrounded by barriers: from the wall that protects the Port of Patras to the control spots in the Balkans, the rooms confined in temporary shelters, the sea horizon seen near the port of Piraeus or in front of the fence built on the Serb-Hungarian border, the refugee condition is essentially the same: living in a limbo where the present is strictly controlled and the future permanently postponed.