Rodrigo de Souza started photographing dance in Europe in the 1980s. Working with many dance companies such as Les Ballets de Monte Carlo, and Nacional Ballet of Portugal. In the early 1990s was invited to work as a photo editor on Exame Bussines Magazine, photographing portraits for covers and coordinating the phtograpers staff. At the beginning of 2000 started work for Epicur magazine as a food photographer in Portugal, and Condè Nast Traveller Spain.
After so many years photography still is a challenge; that's the beauty of that. Photography changed so much in a few years and will change more.
What types of shoots have you done and how did you make them special?
Dance photography was my first passion and it made me one of the best in the world. Portraits for a business magazine was a challenge that made me a photo editor. Food photography is my actual work and I'll make it special.
Awards, honors, and recognitions received
I never participated in any photo contest.
A fun fact about this photographer
Before photographing dance, I studied ballet, but soon I find out that I could be a better dance photographer than a dancer.