Ana was born in 1986 and she is a Portuguese photographer and multimedia producer. After an Arts Education, Ana followed Photography studies to fulfill her passion by telling stories through a visual concept. In her internship at “Jornal de Negócios”, Ana covered news features as a photojournalist. Following these experiences, she worked as a freelancer for different newspapers and magazines. During her travels around Europe, U.S.A, Mexico and other countries, Ana developed documentary projects, which provided her with the willing to face international challenges. In 2009 Ana moved to China to do an MA in Photojournalism and Documentary Photography at the Dalian Institute of Image Art/ University of Bolton, where she developed long term projects and her multimedia skills with Brian Storm and “The Guardian” photographer Dan Chung, among others. In 2010 Ana went back to China to take part of the Changsha Photo festival where she worked directly in the organization of Stern Magazine exhibition and Pablo Bartoholomew. Currently Ana work’s in Lisbon as a freelance photographer.
This project documents a startling juxtaposition: the dignified daily lives of the residents of this city and the crumbling walls and ceilings of their apartments.
A few thousand demonstrators surround the Portuguese Assembly in protest , on the day the state Subject for 2013 it was delivered in the Assembly, that provides draconian austerity measures for next year. The level of taxes that Portugal will be the subjected in 2013, will be the largest of known history, over a population […]
Martim Moniz is a Lisbon neighborhood characterized by a multicultural environment where different communities from Europe, Asia, Africa and Latin-american, share their lives.
The president of China Three Gorges electric company, Cao Guangjing; the chairman of the board of Parpública, Joaquim Reis, and António Mexia.