Born in Marapé, I grew up in a crowded apartment with not enough money to chill, but a lot of hearts to build a life perspective, learning how to dance samba with my japanese mother and improving hadoukens with my black father. I was raised by many hands and lived between all kinds of people. Now those people live in me.
Later on, media studies became a path to my chaotic and multidisciplinary voice. I was privileged to explore São Paulo as editor, film director, producer, illustrator, art director, visual effects artist and internet content developer. Visual culture, structural racism and patriarchalism, XXI century feminism and more recently demystification of binarism are some of the themes that I choose to work recently. Gastronomy and music also were part of the mix.
Heartbroke by the 7x1 and the 2016's Brazilian Coup, and an survival of almost death emotional experience, I decided to go deeper in media research, embracing the responsibility to build a more intersectional and generous world using the tools I've learned so far.
After the Covid19 Pandemic, I broke out the quarantine more conscious of what I am: half asian, half african, non-binary, social aware human being, building my own voice through the understanding of sensibilities awareness.
E D U C A T I O N
B.A. in Media Studies at UNICAMP / BR.
Exchange Student at WASEDA UNIVERSITY (早稲田大学)
sponsored by the Japan Student Service Organization (JASSO) / JP
P R O F E S S I O N A L M I L E S T O N E S
Studio Supervisor for one of the biggest tech company worldwide,
+20 millions views of internet stuff.
L A N G U A G E S
Portuguese, English, Japanese.