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I have always been interested in all art forms since my childhood. Drawing and music were the first I had contact with and later writing.

My interest in painting and drawing led me to take a course in Visual Arts at Secondary School of the Arts - Soares dos Reis. After that I took a course of 2D\3D Technical Draw… Read More
I have always been interested in all art forms since my childhood. Drawing and music were the first I had contact with and later writing.

My interest in painting and drawing led me to take a course in Visual Arts at Secondary School of the Arts - Soares dos Reis. After that I took a course of 2D\3D Technical Drawing at TECLA.

Cinema is my long time passion and I had the opportunity to expand and develop my skills in that area by attending the course in Sound and Image at the Portuguese Catholic University \ Universidade Católica Portuguesa.

In 2010 I had the opportunity to develop a series of illustrations for a book that was published in 2011. The project aimed illustration of a poem by the famous Portuguese poet Guerra Junqueiro. The poem is called FIEL.The book was published in October 2011 by the foundation ALORD in partnership with the School of the Arts of the Portuguese Catholic University (UCP). I worked in conjunction with the booster of the project, Professor Henrique Manuel Pereira who coordinated the whole project.

I finished my degree in Sound and Image (June 2012). I began working (October 2012) at Santa Cecília School of Music in the art department.

Published my first book O ÚLTIMO DIA - THE LAST DAY in March 2013. Read Less
  • Imagem e Comunicação \ Image and Communication
    Escola De Música Santa Cecília — Porto, Portugal
  • Ilustrador \ Illustrator
    FIEL. Na Feira Da Ladra, A História De Um Piano - Guerra Junqueiro — Porto, Portugal
  • Escritor e Ilustrador \ Writer and Illustrator
    O Último Dia — Portugal
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"To act I must become an extrovert. Writing and painting are more introverted art forms. To juggle them all has always been wonderfully complicated." - Duncan Regerh
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