Adriana graduated in Visual Arts and Photography in 2010 at Porto’s Art School, and in 2014 completed her Master’s in Documentary Photography and Film at Porto’s School of Music and Performing Arts. At this point, she started to work with video and sound, exploring the relationship between different media in projects such as “Voiceless Places” and “Traces”. Her work was shown in several exhibitions, she was the director of photography in the films “The Word” and “Border(s)”, and she directed two institutional documentaries. Music has always been with her, starting classical piano studies at the age of 7 and later turning to jazz. Always ready to learn something new, she did training in web design and programming in 2016 and recently she is venturing into Digital Marketing.
Born in Porto, Raquel graduated in Audiovisual Communication Technologies in 2013 at Porto’s School of Music and Performing Arts. In that same year, she directed the documentary “Música à Moda do Porto” about music made in Porto with the city’s influence, which had the participation of relevant musicians such as Peixe, Capicua, José Mário Branco and Isabel Dantas. She has then continued her studies at the Fine Arts Faculty of Porto’s University, with a master’s degree in Image Design (2017). She also studied Jazz Singing at Escola de Jazz do Porto and currently participates in different musical projects and since 2020 she became a digital marketing guru.
Simon is a Polish-Dutch photographer and visual artist. Influenced by his family, he started to explore the world around him through photography at age of 6. He started working as a photographer in 2007 in arts and culture events in The Hague and later with corporante photography around the Netherlands. He worked regularly for brands like Hema, Lenovo, Etos, Under Armour, Dyson, Tommy Hillfinger, Schweppes, Intel, Coty as well as other various PR and marketing agencies. In 2014 he did a photography internship at P & I in Amsterdam and started regularly assisting the agency until 2020. In 2019 he graduated from Utrecht University of Arts, and worked as a freelancer since then. During the pandemic he started Light Punks, a company that works with projections and video mapping. In 2022 he moved to Porto and started collaborating with Minima, becoming their main photographer in 2023.
Sérgio has always enjoyed playing bass with his friends. So much that he still does it nowadays. He also studied at the Porto’s School of Music and Performing Arts, where he learned Music Production and Technology. Since then Sérgio started working on music recordings, different sound jobs and has been fortunate to work with great musicians such as João Pedro Brandão, Demian Cabaud, Gonçalo Marques, Jeff Williams and Susana Santos Silva. Sérgio loves listening to well played music, and therefore he has dedicated himself to recording musicians, making them sound their best.