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MARA KUYA

Taken over the course of seven years between Brazil and South Carolina, ‘mara kuya’ explores aspects of migration and separation that are often overlooked, namely the mental health of children from mixed status families.

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BEACHHEAD

‘Beachhead’ is a film that explores the American dreams of Brazilians.

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BRAZILIANS IN SOUTH CAROLINA ON THE FOURTH OF JULY

‘Brazilians in South Carolina on the Fourth of July’ is a multi-media installation.

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Diža No'ole

‘Diža' No'ole’ is a book made in collaboration with 
Comunidades Indígenas en Liderazgo (CIELO).


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WHAT IS THE STORY OF YOUR NAME?
In 2020, domestic workers are still excluded from the national labor relations act and the fair labor standards act. Among the least protected are undocumented domestic workers living in the southern U.S. states.


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EVERYONE IS WELCOME
Despite marketing themselves as racial utopias where everyone is welcome (the official 2017 Los Angeles County campaign slogan), both Los Angeles and Brazil fall short in cultivating sufficient policies that systematically address race and inclusion.


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PHOTOGRAPHY

A selection of personal and commissioned photographs. 

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