I was born in São Paulo, Brazil, in 1986. I graduated in Film at FAAP and hold a M.A. degree in Romance Studies from the Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg, Germany.
During my graduation in Film, I studied Social Communication, Fine Arts, Animation, Creative Writing and Film & TV Production for one year at Deakin University, in Melbourne, Australia. I also volunteered at the Melbourne Intl' Film Festival and worked in the Australian feature film Rats and Cats.
Back in São Paulo, I worked in several short films and was graphic artist in the Brazilian feature films Família Vende Tudo, Eu e Meu Guarda-Chuva and O Roubo da Taça, which won the Kikito for Best Art Direction at the 2016 Gramado Film Festival. In 2018 I worked in the feature film Para Francisco, which will premiere in 2019.
I began working with classical music in 2007 as assistant coordinator in the 42nd edition of the Festival Música Nova, and producer in its 43rd edition. I worked in the pedagogical department of the Campos do Jordão Intl' Winter Festival in its 40th and 41st editions.
After receiving a scholarship from the Goethe-Institut Berlin in 2009, I moved to Bremen, Germany, in 2010, where I was assistant producer at the 16th Festival of the Neue Musik Group as well as assistant of the artistic coordination at the 22nd Musikfest Bremen. In 2013 I obtained my M. A. degree in Romance Studies from the Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg, with a thesis on the Brazilian feature films Elite Squad and Elite Squad 2 - The Enemy Within.
Back to São Paulo in 2014, I joined two friends in the founding of the Marimba Collective, which offers graphic design, audiovisual production and photography for classical music.
A foreign language enthusiast, I am fluent in Portuguese, English, German and Spanish; I have intermediate knowledge of Italian, French and Russian; and have a basic knowledge of Dutch and Japanese.
I currently work as a freelancer with graphic design, translation, and also teach languages privately.