About the Book
Everything Looks Better in Black & White is the author's second book published in Blurb. The book has 3 chapters: Places, People and Things. It displays beautiful black and white photographs taken since 1987 in 35 mm cameras and in medium format as well.
Features & Details
- Category Arts & Photography
Standard Landscape, 10×8 in, 25×20 cm
- Publish Date May 07, 2009
- Tags black and white, contemporary photography, São Paulo, medium format, double exposure, Los Angeles, photography, art, people, things, places, travel, Brasil, urban, architecture, 35mm, analog, 6x6, Rolleiflex, Minolta, Brazil, LA
Advertising copywriter for the last 15 years, in agencies such as DM9DDB, Grey Brasil and Bozell Brasil. Interested in many art forms, played drums in rock and reggae groups. Developed video projects in the university years and directed music videos for bands of close friends. Have a video on the first Minute Video Festival of Brasil(Collors - The Video). Fell in love with Pop Art in a very early age. Start drawing more seriously by 2001, mainly with pastels on paper. Love grafitti, photography, comics, tatoos, gastronomy and good books and films. Influenced by Jean Michel Basquiat´s work, Charles Bukowski´s and Kerouac´s books (among other good writers) and indie rock in general.