Always interested in arts and images, he graduated in Architecture (FA-UTL, Lisbon) in 2008, and started that same year working as a photographer. In 2010 he was awarded the scholarship INOV Contacto to work in Ventura Valcarce Architects in Barcelona.
Back to Lisbon later that year he started his own photography studio working with clients and magazines in Portugal and abroad. His work focuses on architecture, interiors and the man-made landscape. His editorial clients include Wallpaper*, T Magazine, Elle Decor US, DOMUS, Surface and The New York Times.
In 2013 he published the book As Roças de São Tomé e Príncipe, written by architects Duarte Pape and Rodrigo Rebelo de Andrade, published by Tinta-da-China.
In 2016 he published the book Bijagós: Património Arquitectónico with the same authors.
In 2018 he presented his first solo exhibition Man Made in Artroom in Lisbon.
His work is represented in private collections such as the PLMJ Foundation and Fundació Vila Casas.
Lives in Lisbon with his artist wife Branca Cuvier and their two children Bartolomeu and Mercedes.