Vítor's research takes him to the remotest corners of the globe, where he uses his anthropological expertise and criminal investigation training to support indigenous communities in their fight against environmental destruction and cultural survival.
From the Himalayas to the Amazon, Vitor's ethnographic research focuses on a variety of topics, including: sacred rituals as mechanisms of resistance, shamanism & spiritual connection to place, traditional knowledge as tools against climate change.
While fieldwork notes provide important context about peoples' lived experiences, photography communicates the ineffable by giving cultural expressions such as 'sacred rituals' a voice and meaning of its own. Vítor uses an experimental approach to photography based on his study of visual anthropology.
Listen to some of Vítor's interviews on topics of fieldwork ethics, sacred rituals, resistance movements, storytelling, and more.
Read some of Vítor's publications regarding his work and research.