• Personal projects:
Has been pursuing personal projects such as: Mar e Tempo (Sea and Time), selected for the Porto Seguro Award, 2009; Interiores (Interiors), a series of panoramic pictures of South Brazilian immigrants’ houses (Açorianos Award for Photographic Exhibition, 2007; Londres, por Telefone (London, by phone), 2008/ 2009, an on-going project about ways of seeing, done on a cell phone.
Has special interest in our historical heritage. Has photographed listed buildings and places such as Missoes, Antonio Prado and Santo Amaro.
• Collections:
Itaú Cultural and Pirelli/Masp.
• Main solo exhibitions:
Interiores 2007; Turquia 1998; Terra’Vista, 1993; Japão, 1991;
Respeitável Circo!, 1979.
• Books:
Is the author of the exhibition and of the book Lunara Amador 1900, a research published in 2001 about the life and work of Luiz do Nascimento Ramos, a pioneer of photography in the state of Rio Grande do Sul. Is the co-author of two independent books of photography: Santa Soja (Holy Soya), 1979, and Ponto de Vista (Point of View), 1981
• Corporate:
Has run her own studio since 1992, making industrial and corporate photographs for company profiles, annual reports, catalogues and advertising.
• Editorial:
Has worked for Brazilian magazines such as Veja, Isto É and Marie Claire, and has carried out special assignments in several countries such as Norway, Japan, Turkey, Botswana, the Maldives Islands, Antarctica.
• Special projects in which she participates:
Estações em Foco, book and posters on the urban train in Porto Alegre, 2001; Relatos e Retratos, exhibition and book, with writers and photographers of Rio Grande do Sul, 2001; Scriptorium 2002, a calendar with portraits of writers from Rio Grande do Sul, 2001; Artesanato Brasileiro, book and exhibition on Brazilian Arts and Crafts, 2000; Brasil 500 Anos: 100 photographers portray the country’s daily life in 24 hours, book (front cover) and exhibition, 1999.
• Education:
Graduated in Graphic Journalism from the Communication School of the Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS) in 1974.