André Brito is a renowned Portuguese photographer who has been capturing stunning images of his homeland for over two decades. Born in Lisbon in 1975, he developed an early interest in photography and began taking pictures of his family and friends at the age of 12. After studying photography at the University of Lisbon, he began working as a professional photographer in 1998.
Since then, André has become one of Portugal’s most celebrated photographers, with his work appearing in numerous publications and exhibitions around the world. His photographs capture the beauty and diversity of Portugal’s landscapes, from its rugged coastline to its lush forests and rolling hills. He also specializes in portraiture, capturing intimate moments between people and their environment.
André’s work has been featured in several books, including “Portugal: A Photographic Journey” (2005) and “Portugal Through My Lens” (2009). He has also exhibited his work at galleries across Europe, including the National Museum of Photography in Madrid and the Photographers Gallery in London. In addition to his photographic work, André is also an accomplished filmmaker who has directed several short films about Portugal’s culture and history.
André continues to explore Portugal through his lens today, capturing its beauty for future generations to enjoy. His passion for photography is evident in every image he creates, making him one of Portugal’s most beloved photographers.