For Brazil: 

H.A. Management


Born in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Fernanda moved to London in 2013 to complete her foundation degree at the University of the Arts. Having received a distinction, and a Best in Show award for her work 'FFF', Fernanda has continued her education at the London College of Communication, where she graduated with High Class Honours her BA degree in Photography. She is currently getting her MA in Photography at the Royal College of Art where she is focusing her research on Tupinambá capes.


Growing up in Rio de Janeiro, she was surrounded by the rain forest and the beach whilst also living within a chaotic metropolitan city; this contrast between the natural and man-made world is a recurring theme that she explores in her work. Her photographs, videos, and collages invite the viewer to immerse themselves in the constructed realities that they offer. 
From forests and waterfalls to human bodies and surreal settings: her work is an attempt to understand our relationship to the ever-shifting environments in which we live. A study to explore post-colonial roles and experiences of people of colour, women and LGBTQ+ people in the twenty-first century. 


Casa X,

UK Mexican Arts Society, March 2022

Haight Two Year Campaigns Exhibition

Haight Store São Paulo, December 2021

A grande volta do manto tupinambá (Kwá yapé turusú yuriri assojaba tupinambá)

Fayga Ostrower Gallery, Funarte Brasília, September 2021

Casa da Lenha, Funarte Porto Seguro, October 2021

Royal College of Art - WIP show

Online exhibition, January 2021

36th Annual Open Exhibition, 2020

Southwark Park Galleries, December 2020

Curando, 2020

Online exhibition, December 2020

Sp-Arte, 2020

Foto viewing room, November 2020

Wrong House, 2019

Studio Bahama, Berlin, April 2019

Eco, 2018

Archivo Maguey, Oaxaca, Mexico, September 2018

Galería SGR, Bogotá, Colombia, August 2018

Persona, 2017

Four Corners Gallery, London, September 2017


Staging Intimacy, 2017

Carmel by Green, London, September 2017

AiR Summer Show, 2017

The Muse at 269, London, July 2017

LCC BA Photography Degree show, 2017

London College of Communication, London, May 2017

Interim Show, 2017

Bussey Building, London, May 2017

FIX Photo Festival, 2017

Bargehourse, OXO Tower, London, May 2017


The Villain, Williamsburg, NYC, 2016

Apostissimo, 2016

Apostissimo, Turin, Italy, November 2016

RØtlos Festival and Wire Festival, 2015

RØTLOS Festival, Oslo 2015 and Wire Festival 2015, Rome

VOY Exhibition, 2015

London College of Fashion 2015, London

Sarau Eletronico II, 2014

COMUNA August 2014, Rio de Janeiro

LCC Foundation Show, 2014

London College of Communication May 2014, London

All Eyes On Me, 2013

BFI Flare, London, March 2014

London Fields Film Festival, London, October 2014

Gaze LGBT Film Festival, Dublin, July 2014

aGLIFF International Film Festival, Texas, September 2014

KUir Festival, Istanbul, January 2015

Publications and Mentions


Dier Grief

Vogue November

Revista Zum

Kwá yapé turusú yuriri assojaba tupinambá Exhibition Catalogue

Queer Utopia, AnOther Magazine

Piscina Profile Interview

Earth day, AnOther Magazine

I-D Magazine

M Journal Cover


Quarantune Book

M Journal

Marie Claire October

Noize Magazine

Electronic Beats


Sleek Magazine


Harpers Baazar


Photographer's Forum Best of Photography book


Noctis Magazine


Diva Magazine


IPA International Photo Awards 2017 Honourable Mention Fine Art: Landscape

The Muse at 269 Artist in Residency Competition 2017, Finalist

Photographer’s Forum 37th Annual Spring Photography Contest 2017, Finalist

FIX Photo Festival Awards 2017 - Shortlisted in the community section for the image 'Juntos' ​

'Best in Show' at the LCC Foundation Degree Show, 2014, for the Fuck For Forest series

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