Born in Brazil, in 1963, Marcelo Coelho became first involved with photography at the age of 11. As a boy Marcelo Coelho would depict his day-dreams, by cutting and pasting magazine images. Now, some thirty years later, he does it through his photographs. Coelho is an editorial, commercial and fine art photographer. His work has been featured in Graphis, Camera Arts Magazine, Luerzer's Archive and numerous other books and magazines, annual reports, ad campaigns, and service organization publications.
It’s a not a well done journalistic text or flawless advertising campaign that make Rohlfs’ eyes shine. In the profession for just over 25 years, she has gone through several editorials, has been a managing editor of newspaper and magazines, has done radio and TV programs, has written books on architecture projects and a lot more of the things that many who are in the business usually do. But today, with all these professional and personal experiences, she is certain that her passion is in telling stories in a very particular way. No formulas, no rules, just letting heart and mind create a direct link with the word. For Lenora Rohlfs, writing is like making music, by the way, something important in her life. No matter the pace or the melodic line, for her, what matters is to be true to the people that inspire her to write these stories.
I was a major collector of colored pens. My car toys passed by planned roads and I never convinced myself that the cardboard posters were sufficient. The red, the roses and the laughter are my grandmother's. Discipline and self-criticism are my mother’s and my father’s, respectively. I graduated at the School of Design, developed projects in partnership with F.Nazca, AlmapBBDO and Two Points.net in Barcelona. Illustrated for lisbon magazines Nothing Last Forever, Creative Review, Helsinki Design Lab, Carpaccio Magazine, Design Report, Nike, HSBC. Neoconcretism, tissue texture, dance music, Hélio Oiticica, interesting people. New projects makes me radiant. Unusual surfaces refresh me.