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Ricardo comes from a family of Brazilian-Italian avid travelers and artists. His childhood began abroad, born in Switzerland in '87, before moving to Colombia and Brazil.
Whenever he visited his relatives in Rio, he enjoyed drawing messy colorful sketches of people and sceneries with his cousins, and watching his uncle painting incredible hyperrealism portraits, giving an early deep interest for creating visual stories.
He later moved to Belgium then Germany in his teens. Though learning new languages was often challenging, life abroad taught him that Visual Art was an international dialect everyone could understand.
His passion for photography began when moving to Japan at 19. Ricardo fell in love with the country's attention to beauty in every detail, and with the free-minded works of 60's 'Provoke' photographers who expressed the idea; "One can capture what cannot be expressed in words".
From then, he started experimenting with digital, film and pinhole cameras.
Ricardo graduated in Arts at Temple University Japan in 2014, specializing in Art Photography and Film Making, and MBA at Globis University in 2017.
He currently enjoys photography on spare-time, collaborating with artists from various creative talents.
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