Where are you from? Where do you live now?
I’m Brazilian from Rio de Janeiro, living in Las Vegas performing full time for Michael Jackson ONE by Cirque du Soleil, and on my free time exploring the maximum I can from Red Rocks and all the areas around.
What do you have for breakfast in the morning?
I rely on my breakfast so I can have a good day, as a super active person carb/protein/fat it’s my basic formula, that includes rice,nuts,eggs,bacon,avocado and coffee.
What words / motto / advice do you live by?
Do what you love and you will love what you do. Success is not a destination, it’s a journey!
What one or two things do you currently do in your training that are keys to your success?
Keeping myself healthy and inspired to train more, and knowing the limits to stop and rest.
If someone wanted to start learning your craft, how do you recommend they get started? Resources?
The basic thecnic is keep you feet straight, knees slightly bend, back straight, arms up. If you want to learn slacklining, keep it in mind that the frustration is the fuel. Balance its involuntary, no need to think too much, your body knows what it has to do, you just need to believe it and practice A LOT. Tricklining the it’s the most acrobatic style of Slackline. It definitely requires a professional equipament and backup on the set up, the community it’s always welcoming to new people and pretty much anybody that Slackline would like to help you. Online of course it’s the easiest place to find people around you to go slack with!
Who do you look up to in your profession and why?
Andy Lewis it’s definatly the biggest idol I have on Slacklining, besides all the crazy stuff he did back in the day on the beggging of tricklining and highlining, he’s is so pro active in relation to the community, organizes yearly a highline festival that brings dozens of people together to enjoy Slacklining and life. I also know Andy personally and he is always a positive guy, great to be around!