Koh Lanta | Koh Rok

Random holiday frames… Koh Lanta is one of the Islands that I’ve been looking for to go since I got in Thailand. Koh Rok was the paradise island chosen to start the new year in a special way… with nature, love and  lot of diving…Not much to say here…Go to this both places and check!Continuar lendo “Koh Lanta | Koh Rok”

The 8 years late photography.

(Leia em português) Creative professionals are known for almost never finishing a project on time. Always something new and unexpected happens during the process… at least when you put yourself out there to make your best. Is a constant learning process. Recently I finished a photography that has been in my mind for over 8Continuar lendo “The 8 years late photography.”


This video was shot in a 3 days trip to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The architecture is definitely one of the high lights from this city, but during my walks looking for shots, I could never get the feeling of a organic and integrated space. So that define the montage concept… random frames apart. Enquadres KL.Continuar lendo “KL FRAMES”

Hong Kong, after 2046

It was 2012 when I saw “2046”, my first big impression of Hong Kong, my first film from Wong Kar Wai. The colors, the rhythm, the city that constantly is framing it self… all of that atmosphere became a great deal of inspiration, but still a distante aesthetics from how I had to represent thingsContinuar lendo “Hong Kong, after 2046”

A Train to Hua Hin

Sometimes the pressure of Bangkok expel you away from the chaos, in order of getting your thoughts back into place. In a mission for new experience, I took the advice of the my friend Saay, and jumped into a 4 ours trip on a 44 Baht train, to Hua Hin. I didn’t know much about theContinuar lendo “A Train to Hua Hin”

Chefs e Pgakenyaws

Durante os dias 15,16 e 17 de Janeiro, tive a oportunidade de visitar duas comunidades Pgakenyaw, também conhecidos internacionalmente como povo “Karen”, localizadas ao norte da Tailândia nas províncias de Mae Hong Son e Chiang Mai. Fui a convite do Chef Napol Jantraget (Joe), do restaurante 80/20 em Bangkok, que também participou pela primeira vezContinuar lendo “Chefs e Pgakenyaws”

Pai – Tailândia

A pequena cidade de Pai é com certeza um dos principais pontos do turismo “alternativo” na Tailândia. Nunca havia ouvido falar, ou lido algo sobre essa cidade, mas foi apenas pisar em Bangkok logo comecei ouvir recomendações pelos corredores do hostel. Após 3 semanas em Chiang Mai decidi visitar a cidade que foi tantas vezesContinuar lendo “Pai – Tailândia”