1. Check one my photos at SOMArts gallery.

  2. button up! casa dos botões? 

    "Imagiknit is the name of this store of yarns and knit designs. It is a place to see and to touch; so many colors and different textures. 

    A wall of buttons seemed like a great idea for a shot.”


  3. in my blue period right now… (house in Dolores Park, San Francisco)

    "A very rare day of indian summer in San Francisco. Met some friends to a cafe and ice cream among the cutest dogs of the city.

    Those beloved houses I can’t stop staring at. And the blue sky behind it… perfect.”


  4. Yemanja festival in Santa Cruz, CA 

    Yemanja is an orisha, originally of the Yoruba religion, who has become prominent in many Afro-American religionsAfricans from what is now called Yorubaland brought Yemaya and a host of other deities/energy forces in nature with them when they were brought to the shores of the Americas as captives. She is the ocean, the essence of motherhood, and a protector of children.

    The goddess is known as YemanjáIemanjá or Janaína in Brazilian Candomblé[3] and Umbanda religions.

    The Umbanda religion worships Iemanjá as one of the seven orixás of the African Pantheon. She is the Queen of the Ocean, the patron deity of the fishermen and the survivors of shipwrecks, the feminine principle of creation and the spirit of moonlight. A syncretism happens between the catholic Nossa Senhora dos Navegantes (Our Lady of the Seafaring) and the orixá Iemanjá of the African Mithology. Sometimes, a feast can honor both.[4][5]

    Gifts for Iemanjá usually include flowers and objects of female vanity (perfume, jewelry, combs, lipsticks, mirrors). These are gathered in large baskets and taken out to the sea by local fishermen. Afterwards a massive street party ensues.”


  5. winter is coming again. yay!

  6. man in Beijing

  7. janelas da minha alma

  8. quando Deus criou a cor azul, foi mais ou menos isso que ele estava pensando.

  9. my boys from Brazil

    "Brasilia, capital of Brazil. Two boys playing with their kites in a parking lot.

    Natural, beautiful, Brasil.”


  10. just another day in NoCal

    "Lying down at the beach and looking at my old sandals. I really love to shoot exactly what I’m seeing at the moment.

    What you see is what you get.”