Paulo Fridman is one of Brazil’s most published and requested photographers. He lived in New York City , studying at the International Center of Photography and RIT, and New York University. Since then he has shot more than 350 magazine covers for the likes of Time, Newsweek, Paris Match, Stern , and Forbes; his work also appears in The New York Times, Der Spiegel, Le Figaro, Vogue, Marie Claire, W and hundreds more.
Paulo also produces advertising and corporate photography for Brazilian and multinational corporations such as American Express, GE, IBM, Mercedes Benz, Bechtel, Embraer, among many others.
His many awards include the JP Morgan Photo Essay Award, Lion in Cannes , and first prize in the 2001 Adobe Digital Image Contest
His third book "Talking Images" was just launched