2014 to 2015
- Composer and producer of the original soundtrack for the WFC (World Film Collective)`s film “Brazil 2014 and the World Cup" (2015).
- Composer and producer of the original soundtrack for Duda Gorter`s film “Fantasia e Improviso” (2015).
- Featured as guest artist on 4 tracks in e album of the Japanese singer and pianist Yasuko Chiba (2015).
- Performed at the Maracanã Stadium Complex in match dates during the 2014 Fifa World Cup (2014).
2009 to 2013
- Composer and Producer of the opening song for the Brazilian Film Festivals of Luxembourg and Australia (2011 to 2013).
- Music director for the Discovery Channel`s show “Favela S.A.” (2012).
- Music director for the TV channel MultiRio, writing original music for the company`s shows. (2009 to 2011).
- Composer and producer of original soundtracks for the Silvio Tendler`s film “Utopia e Barbárie” (2010).
2006 to 2008
- Produced and released the album “Em Paz Com os Meus”, nominated for the Dynamite award in the category of Best Independent Album of the Year (2008).
- Music director and composer of original soundtracks for the play “1808 - A Vinda da Família Real”, performed at the Rio de Janeiro`s Planetarium Dome (2008).
- Music director and composer of original soundtracks for the Silvio Tendler`s films “Ou Ficar a Pátria Livre” e “O Afeto Que Se Encerra”, that tell the history of Brazilian student`s unions (2007).
2003 to 2005
- Music director and composer of original soundtracks for the Silvio Tendler`s film “Correndo Atrás do Sonho” (2005).
- Music director and composer of original soundtracks for ˜Projeto Quintessência”, a music, poetry, dance and mime show staged at Espaço Cultural Sergio Porto (2004).
- Featured as guest artist on the DVD “Carlos Lyra- 50 anos de Música”, recorded live at Canecão(RJ) and released by Biscoito Fino (2005).
- Producer of the album “Saliva Voadora” that featured Sergio Ricardo, Maurício Mastro and Sérgio Magrão among others (2003).
1999 to 2002
- Producer and composer for Stefan Hess`s short film “Na Lona - Rogério Reis”. Winner of the third Luso-Brazilian Festival of Sergipe.” (2002).
- Featured on the album “Carlos Lyra-Sambalanço”, as a guitar player and composer with the song “O Barco e a Vela” (2001).
- Composer of the original music for the play “Quixote, o Dom da Loucura” (2000).