Monday, January 25, 2016

Belmonte Girls...

Very happy to conclude another workshop with such nice group of girls from Belmonte in Bahia. Aged between 13 and 18 years, all of them has shown a lot of ability with the cameras, and in principal,  lot's of talent. I will definitely going to miss them. 

Thursday, January 21, 2016

Next Workshop

We are about to launch the next photography workshop for beginners, please stay connected and follow the dates and details of our program.

Saturday, January 9, 2016

Coming this year!

We shall be announcing very soon about the new project where our program will be very close to these magnificent creatures. Check it out!!

Friday, January 8, 2016

They are waiting for you...

This is what our photographers will see in couple of months time during the two expeditions we will do inside the Kgalagadi. Stay connected and follow the news. The adventure will shortly start!!!

Happy New Year!

Let us celebrate the wonders of our world, strive to protect them and learn to share them a little more equally, specially with children and animals. Happy New Year! Happy 2016!!!

Tuesday, December 29, 2015


We have already received the fares for our Kgalagadi Expedition next May 2016, please get in touch through our e-mail in case you have interest to come on board with us.

Wednesday, December 16, 2015

Kgalagadi Lodge 2016

This is the place for our next workshop in Africa next year, at least one of them. Get in touch in case you interested to participate. Our departure shall be happening between April and May 2106. Worth checking it out!!!

Lonely Lioness...

It was an amazing experience to follow this lady for hours, long hours... She was on her own under the bush and after all the clicks I have taken, she did a long walk in front of me, giving the opportunity to get nice shots and a very nice footage. 

Sunday, December 6, 2015

KK - Kgalagadi

A very beautiful and warm hello to the big male approaching the water whole at KK point ...What else can I say...

Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park - Two Rivers

I was really happy to be back at the Transfrontier Park, what a lovely place to experience wildlife.

Thursday, November 19, 2015

Missing the lion cubs...

Its about time to see these guys again!!!

Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park

This is going to be our next destination, a place where we should stay 6 days registering the beautiful and intensively wildlife. Hopefully will be able to bring few different images showing a little bit from this marvelous place.  

Saturday, November 14, 2015

Next Stop, Kgalagadi

Yes, Kgalagadi will be my next stop. Getting excited to see all the beauty from that part of the world, in special, the black mane lions...

Our Future

They were very happy to be wearing photography stuff and Masai vests, and I was very proud to see that happening inside our project, also happy to notice that it is possible to pass the message and when you do it properly, the results can be quite satisfactory. Wildlife Project

Saturday, November 7, 2015

New Release

I am proudly glad to announce our new release. A limited serie from Kalahari! Available as from November 15th.

Tuesday, August 4, 2015

1st click of the month!

Photo: Flávia Gomes
Let's start the month by clicking around our region. If you like photography, you should stay tuned to follow our group and joy the weekends tours around Santos and region. Come and join us!!

Monday, July 27, 2015

American Assassin

I think that no other word would suit this case, but repudiation... This what I am feeling about this american assassin who killed the male lion in Zimbabwe few days ago. I still asking myself what this guy have inside his head. It is very sad when you see that we still have cases about brutality, cruelty and poaching against those magnificent animals. -  I have choose the lion as a symbol of my business, which means a lot for me, specially the black mane lion, the one he killed.

Wednesday, July 22, 2015

14 years old!

Photo: Renato Maciel
Inspiring people to love the planet through our images, and teaching the youngsters to care about nature and its species is part of our mission, which I believe we are succeeding.