Eduardo Martino

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil


1969, Brazilian

Eduardo was raised in Brazil where he studied engineering before moving to London from 2000 to 2008 to complete a postgraduate course in photojournalism at the London College of Printing (now the London College of Communication). While in London Eduardo worked for a number of magazines including the Sunday Times Magazine, Guardian Weekend Magazine and the Financial Times Magazine.

Since returning to Brazil Eduardo has been working across the region with non-profit organisations like the Fair Trade Foundation, Save the Children and ActionAid while also doing assignments for corporate clients like the Brazilian Pavilion at the Venice Biennale in 2016.

Eduardo is fluent in Portuguese, Spanish, Italian and English.

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Click here for a brief overview of Eduardo Martino's work.

Through images and stories from 20 countries, across every continent, a collaboration between Water & Sanitation for the Urban Poor (WSUP) and Panos Pictures shows the importance of adequate sanitation for women and girls.

On the streets of Sao Paulo, the danger of kidnapping and the time wasted in endless traffic jams has reached such a point that the city’s wealthy prefer to fly.

12 stadiums in 12 cities across Brazil’s vast expanse, photographed over 4 years – Brazil’s herculean preparations for the 2014 Football World Cup.