I am a fashion and beauty, stills and motion photographer based in London, born and brought up in Lisbon, Portugal. With half of my family originating from Mozambique, I have always been inspired by multicultural environments. It was my grandfather's love and knowledge of photography that first led me to pick up a camera, and then to discover how I could use it to best express myself. I am constantly seeking out a connection to my cultural heritage and identity through my work. I enjoy creating compelling narratives using vibrant and complex colour schemes, in which women often take centre stage Clients Coach, Sainsbury’s, Camden Town Brewery, W+K, Schwarzkopf, Royce, Refinery29, Lemonade Dolls, Farfetch, Waterwipes, Both Paris and more. Publications Hunger, Wonderland, Noctis, Kaltblut, Pap, TMRW and more.
- HologramThis fall is all about the holographic hues that transform at the blink of an eye. So epic! Travelling through a space wave Hologram brings you a palette of flaunting iridescent shades and bold colours that will take you into another dimension. Galaxy make up is a trend that is totally out of this world.
- Engulfed in ColourEngulfed in Colour takes inspiration from the energetic Blue Devil, a traditional character in Trinidad Carnival that likely origin from the age of slavery. Blue devil masqueraders come from Paraffin, in the hills near the port of Spain. Painting bodies in vivid blue, they menace the fellow reveller. Legend has it that St. Michael disguised himself as a devil, but took on the celestial blue hue to mock the devil in order to drive him away. In contrast, dark-coloured devils are reminiscen
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- Project collaboration with Refinery 29Last year I had a great opportunity to help direct and feature in Refinery29, Inc. article post - focusing on the “portraits challenging the image of Muslim women during Ramadan” - in collaboration with my team’s online platform REDEFINING CONCEPTS & Nadia Correia #featured #post #articles Check it out! - https://lnkd.in/gC4rKBH
- Sisterhood Series: Meet Amelia, Nadia and EmilyFor Amelia, Emily and Nadia, the experience of building work relationships blossomed into a sisterhood of support and mentorship. They united whilst working together at the digital publishing platform, Refinery 29, and found their professional relationships acting as a catalyst towards unfurling their creativity together. This episode is part of a six-part series edited by Working Womxn, produced by Reform The Funk and directed by Sheena Brobbey.4
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