Exhibiton in UltraSuperNew Gallery


HENKEI is an exhibition that explores the ever-present drive for transformation, modification, and the pursuit of individuality.

Each image in HENKEI embodies the transformative journey towards one’s ultimate and most authentic self. These photographs resonate with the relentless pursuit of personal growth and the exploration of what makes us extraordinary.

Rather than fixating on an elusive notion of perfection, HENKEI celebrates the beauty found in the searching for personal evolution. It is a testament to the courage, resilience, and authenticity displayed by individuals as they navigate their own transformative journeys.

The Japanese word HENKEI (変形) carries a dual significance, representing not only the change but also an intriguing sense of

individuality. It challenges the viewer to question the nature of transformation and the seduction of the peculiar, and invites you to witness the beauty that arises when one dares to be truly unique.

Gata Magazine

In the vibrant heart of Tokyo, BANKAI emerges a captivating photography project inspired by the world of manga and anime, particularly drawing from the dynamic realm of "Bleach." This project delves into the concept of final release or final form as characters embody their ultimate evolution.
Inspired by the unyielding determination of manga protagonists, our lenses capture the essence of transformation and power. Through meticulous styling, make-up and expert photography, BANKAI vividly portrays characters on the brink of their most formidable state.
The project not only celebrates the captivating allure of manga and anime but also underscores their global influence, inspiring narratives and creativity beyond their origin.
BANKAI is a visual testament to the interplay between fantasy and reality, encapsulating the concept of ultimate transformation through arresting imagery.


Kuri is a captivating photography editorial made by four young and ambitious Por-
tuguese creatives. The project showcases their skills in capturing their essence,

using a blend of traditional techniques and modern innovation. Kuri is a testament
to their boundary-pushing creativity, inspiring others to embrace their unique
visions in the vibrant Portuguese art scene.

Model: Leonor Carneiro    MUAH: 420bombshell    Styling: Beruno    CREATIVE DIRECTION BY THE TEAM


[Trans]action is a self-portrait project consisting of 22 images that portray the story of a human being who has the appearance of a man with creased masculinity traits during the daytime and at night becomes a woman who summons the quarrel: "Who are you?"

The prefix "trans" suggests "to transform", "to transit", "to transact". The word "action" conveys the idea of attitude, movement, strength, motivation, and intention. The number 2 refers to the existence of polarities: negative/positive, black/white, night/day, ugly/beautiful, female/male. In addition, the number 22 is a capicua, something equal back to front and vice versa.

In technical terms, the choice of analog photography reinforces the idea of duality. There is a link between the nowadays theme of gender transformation and the use of a photography technique from "other times" as a way of registering the same transformation. The choice of black and white photography integrates this same duality.

More than a self-portrait project, this is a self-awareness project. I simulated a gender duality experience in order to better understand the barriers I impose on myself. Breaking with dichotomies is my life and photographic project.

Project exhibited in Casa das Artes, Tavira, Portugal