SELENE | South Central Los Angeles


Selene is a trans woman living in a shelter in south central L.A. In

2017 I met her briefly to listen her story. After our conversation she explained the meanings of each of her many tattoos. Selene is going to produce a project, by my side, documenting trans women and men living in central Los Angeles.

 

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QUEM É VOCÊ, MINHOCÃO?


We stopped over 100 random people walking on the longest suspended park - in the largest city in the western hemisphere.

We used a yellow and blue wooden board as a backdrop. The result is a very small hint of the grandiosity of Brazilian diversity.

















VENICE IN BLUE



Who are the people of Venice Beach, CA, on an average Tuesday evening? I shot these portraits the second I asked them if I could take their photo.
















WOMEN'S MARCH LOS ANGELES



Amidst dictatorial times, L.A and its people march forward to voice their anger over such shameful bigotry.












HAITI | GLICÉRIO


In 2012/3 a considerable number of Haitians left their country in search of a better life in Brazil. We hit the streets to photograph and interview over 20 Haitians to hear about their outlook in the metropolis. Haiti | Glicério is a book that will be release in November 2017.

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