Born 1979. Tropical Agronomist. Started taking pictures in Lisbon, 2002. Rural development work in Angola, at the end of 2004. Long term projects on mental health, work man and machine; a logistician for Msf in Niger in 2007.
“Earthquake Hotel”, a project on the situation in L’Aquila, was exhibited at Fotografia Festival 2010 in Rome. “Hulk’s Toys” a project on a man and his self-made toys, was awarded an Honorable mention in IPA Awards 2011, and received the Emerging Scholarship by Lucie Foundation in 2012. It will hopefully one day become a book.
I am planning a multimedia project in argentina.
I have traveled there already, but mainly for tourism, and would like to go back to document a conflict over land of people I’m in touch with, so this may involve taking pictures of police, tribunals etc.
Does anyone know about special requirements for visa that could be requested to photograph these situations, as there are in other countries? In case there are, would you recommend applying for this kind of visa?
Don’t have press card, by the way.
25 Jan 2013 08:01