My name is Eduardo and I was born in Brazil and moved to New York a few months before 09/11/2001.
I have always liked to take photographs. And my friends had always encouraged me giving nice compliments for my photographs. Well, I think I believe them!
I am in very beginning and I always will be. Learning is a continual process. Non stop. Endless. Full of great surprises and discoveries. That's what I feel when I look at my photographs.
I feel that the more I learn, the more I need to learn, the more I have to learn. So my question is: what I can offer for the art world? My simplest answer: my feelings reflected in my compositions.
I love Black & White. I know the world is in color but I totally agree with Jill Freedman: "A picture of a parking lot is still a picture of a parking lot, so what if the cars are red and blue". She inspires me, as does Peggy Washburn and masters on photography like Ian Berry, André Kertész, Lee Friedlander, René Burri and Henri Cartier Bresson.
Thank you my baby lamb. Paz e alegria