Brazilian chef who is known for his traditional style of Brazilian cooking with a modern flare. He is known for opening the restaurant Remanso do Bosque and was cited by the New York Times as "one of the most innovative chefs in Brazil".
His passion for food began in 2000 when his father transformed his living room into a small village restaurant. He began helping with the restaurant at the age of 11 and learned traditional Brazilian recipes.
He was featured in an article in The Independent discussing Brazil's latest trends in food during the 2016 Olympic games. He was also listed on British Magazine's list of 50 Best Restaurants in Latin America.
He was born and raised in Sao Paulo, Brazil.