I do a lot of things.

I'm an artist and a designer and an art director and a writer, living in São Paulo, Brazil.

As an artist, I've been creating series of conceptual images, objects and installations since 2005. Got a master’s degree in Communication and Semiotics (2010) from the Communication and Semiotics Program at Universidade Católica de São Paulo – COS.PUCSP. Along with a theoretical research on contemporary art, I'm creating new series of pictures, paintings, objects and installation projects. After performing theoretical research about the interpretive mapping of contemporary production, I am currently doctoral artist researcher at ECA USP Visual Arts program, working on creative processes, conceptual and visual art, multimedia, intersemiotic translations and non-linear narratives.

As designer and art director, I got a B.A. in Industrial Design/Visual Communication at Mackenzie University São Paulo, with continuing education programs made at Parsons, School of Visual Arts NY, NYFA and FAAP. Working with ATL and BTL projects since 1994, became member of the Sao Paulo Creative Club (CCSP), Brazilian Graphic Designers Association (ADG) and the Industrial Designers Guild (ADP), with awards and publications made by Archive, Publicis Worldwide Review, ADG Brazilian Type Annual, CCSP Advertising Annual and Industrial Design works published by some Brazilian ID mags, like Revista Arquitetura e Urbanismo, ArqDesign, KAZA, Casa Vogue, Viver Bem e Folha de São Paulo. I've worked doing art direction for FCB, LOWE, DM9 DDB, Euro RSCG and Publicis. Four years ago I've created my own design studio, and recently a company named |NTRO that edit industrial design pieces.

As a fiction writer, just wrote Inventário de Passados, a non linear romance with 212 pages, and writing right now my second book. Some of my fiction work can be read at a couple of blogs, by now only in portuguese. As an art theory writer, I finished last year a three year research, Maps for Imaginary Lands, a theoretical documentation on contemporary art.