Alinne Rezende

visual storyteller / photojournalist
  
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Location: Brazil
Nationality: Brazilian
Biography: "Photography has always matched all my passions, all my choices, and all my curiosities. It has always been my best excuse: excuse to go, to be there, to tell, to listen, to come back, to get to know a bit more. It makes me think, look,... MORE
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Copyright Alinne Rezende 2022
Updated Nov 2020
Topics Documentary, Emotion, Fear, Hope, Isolation, Latin America, Lifestyle, Pandemics, Photography
Since mid-march, we are in lockdown in Brazil. Although today, after 7 months, even though we still in quarantine, almost everything is open and functional, we didn't experience the big drop as in other countries. As we see the rest of the world getting back on a second wave, I'm deeply concerned about what is coming next here.
My life had a huge change just before the pandemic, and that just added more instability and doubts to my head. Photography is not only my tool to tell someone else story, but it's is also helping me to tell my own, especially nowadays, where it does more than telling a story to also help me to visualize a different perspective of almost everything.

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