Born in 1984, Nàdia Maria is a Brazilian photographer based in Bauru – Sao Paulo. She started to photograph as a child, taking pictures of her dolls. Over the years she explored photography, and has studied at Senac school in Brazil. Her relationship with the camera and the images she captures were born in her childhood, but she became even more involved in her youth, her photography became a personal journal, expressing feelings and transformations from what she was experiencing in her life.
The focus of her inspiration is poetry. And photography is her writing, her intimacy, the light and darkness of her life… Her poetic and unique works has won recognition by many countries, with publications and exhibitions in: Spain, France, Italy, the USA, Australia, Russia, Germany, Holland (Netherlands), England, China. She has also recently been spotlighted by Vogue and National Geographic Magazines.
The artist is launching two series, Creative Process and Origins. Creative Process is about abstract thoughts that arise through synapses. Images that reflect the first contact, the inspiration and interpretation of this search and capture.
On the other side, Origins portrays an intimate dialogue with time and reality. It talks about the formation of bodies, the identity, the mirror and the hidden powers who run through our organs. This series browse an already finished story, but we still don’t know where it begins and where it ends. Origins was inspired by Nadià’s life different phases, especially from the birth of her daughter, born visually impaired...
Nadià transports us in a delicate world, where her collections portrays a intimate dialogue with time and reality.