At the age of 15 I was a curious girl, full of ideas, working in a mall store during the day, hanging out with my skateboarders friends at dawn. I quit school too early, was only interested in books. I made my philosophy from social sciences and the streets, it was my school of life. Music was my first inseparable companion and until today my partner in my daily journey.
Through music I learned other languages, changed my life trajectory several times and learned to overcome obstacles. I indulged in drugs very early not realizing I got lost in many ways during that time. I lived in a slum, ran away from family and the police, made friends in the underworld, I learned what no school could teach me a deeper understanding of humanity and sacrifice.
One day I woke up tired of everything around me and started to look for something that would really steal my attention.
I moved back to São Paulo, enrolled myself at the Panamericana School of Art in the course of basic Photography Black on White with Professor Maximo, and was abducted by the light, contrast and brightness of the art to register the moment. I quit drugs and brought with me all my young and unusual life experience to the world of arts and cinema. So began my journey.
I quit drugs and brought with me all my young and unusual life experience to the world of arts and cinema. So began my journey.