I am a Brazilian writer/director based in London. After graduating in Radio & Television and having worked in Broadcast TV in São Paulo for over four years, I moved to England in 2012 to pursue my Masters in Filmmaking. Since then I have written and directed a number of short films. I like bringing a quirky approach to the stories I tell, and addressing dramatic subjects through comedy.
My short film 15/LOVE, about a 12-year-old boy coping with the loss of his father, was screened at the Kids Toronto Film Festival in 2016. Shortly after, my screenplay The Grandad Project won the BAFTA Rocliffe New Writers Forum Children Media in 2015.
I have developed work for the stage, having written and directed Eggs for Breakfast showcased at the 50/50 Scratch Night at the Pleasance Theatre in November 2016.
'Happily Ever After', a TV script developed with Diane Taylor-Karrer, was selected by the Oaxaca Film Festival in 2018.
I continue to write scripts and have now adventured into prose writing, having written a number of short stories and flash fiction.