Nuno Serrão is a Portuguese photographer, cinematographer and creative director, interested in the dialogues between science and contemporary art. Trees bend over, covering isolated cars. Transient orange clouds bounce from tarmac puddles.
Each of his images considers how information is handled, shared and perceived, framing scenarios as micro-narratives, demonstrating a sensitivity and a curiosity for the planet and its inhabitants.
Serrão has exhibited as part of Rotterdam Photo Festival, and has been nominated as NASA’s Astronomy Picture of the Day and the World Photography Organization’s Architecture Finalist. He has numerous publications, essays and feature credits, as well as film festival screenings for his moving image works.
Credits: All images courtesy of Nuno Serrão.