Photography + Filmmaking

 Adidas Rio 2016

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 Manifesto

At first glance, Manifesto looks like a beautiful minimalist book store, but is much more than that. On the ground level, a selection of independent magazines from all over the world is displayed right in front of a small specialty coffee bar. Going down the stairs, you’ll find a photo gallery and an area where some talk events and workshops are held, disseminating information about art, design, environmentalism and much more.


 

The Z Axis

This is a growing collection of images I take experimenting pointing cameras up or down. The results go from beautiful scenes to abstract patterns, and are often inspiring. In the end, these things are always there, but some of them you can only see from creative perspectives.

 
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 Porto Bridge Climb

There are only four bridges in the world that their structures are open for visitation, and Ponte da Arrábida (Arrábida Bridge), in Porto, Portugal, is the only one on the northern hemisphere. When the bridge was built in 1963, it was the world’s largest reinforced concrete arch, and 53 years later, Porto Bridge Climb started to guide tours through it. This opportunity quickly became a must have experience for anyone who visits the city, and in less than three years reached the top 3 of TripAdvisor’s activities in Porto.