Born in 1984, Nádia Maria is a brazilian photographer, who started to photograph as a child, by taking photographs of her dolls. Over the years she explored photography. 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 photographs stem from her own reflections, and became a personal journal of her innermost thoughts and emotions; a window into her subconscious, letting her inspirations find her and delving into the depths of the human psyche.
With her ethereal works she explores the intricacies of the subconscious mind with compositions that arouse her viewers into “song, rhyme, and verse” to set catharsis in motion.
Nádia Maria’s images convey a plethora of emotions with dreamlike qualities and make us feel like we are floating in and out of consciousness. She attributes her photographic inspiration to poetry, and photography is her writing, her poems, her intimate feelings... the darkness and the light of her life.