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Fernando Matoso, is an African born Portuguese freelance Photographer & Artist, currently based in London, UK. Having lived in several countries and between continents throughout his artistic career, his work reflects a diversity of cultures and artistic mediums. 

With a distinct background in Art and Design, Fernando has always been a pioneer in exploring old techniques with innovative results, combining know how, curiosity and dedication.Fernando Matoso Photography Portfolio showcases the best of Commercial, Landscape & Documentary Collections.


Latest Projects

  • London Fashion Week 2020

    March 10, 2020 by

    London Fashion Week takes place twice a year in February and September, showcasing over 250 designers to a global audience of influential media and retailers. “The Positive Fashion Exhibition is a curated space with brands showcasing a presentation, campaign or interactive storytelling experience that answers to one or more of the three pillars of Positive… Read more

  • Trashion Tribe @ Imirage Magazine

    October 21, 2019 by

    We’re delighted to announce that Trashion Tribe has been published on Imirage Magazine with the great honour of being this issue’s front page!   You can preview & buy it here.  

  • Trashion Tribe @ Wild Magazine

    October 21, 2019 by

    Trashion Tribe “The Elements Collection”  has been featured in the Wild Magazine. They call it “Trashion Tribe: A Tale of Reclaimed Fashion” and wrote: ‘Trashion Tribe’ is a dynamic fashion collection created from recycled waste materials. Inspired by climate emergency, Trashion Tribe imagines a world ravaged by climate chaos, and calls attention to the polluting… Read more

  • Animal Rights @LFW19

    October 8, 2019 by

    During London Fashion Week, a group from PETA supporters gave London Fashion Week attendees an eyeful as they poured buckets of black “toxic slime” – representing the harmful waste generated by the leather industry – over their heads. Text on the buckets read, “Leather Is a Dirty Business” and “Dump Leather.” The protest reminded people… Read more

  • Trashion Tribe “The Elements” Photoshoot

    October 8, 2019 by

    Story Humanity wakes up from a shut down to find all its technology has collapsed. No more sucking the rivers or drilling the earth, no more Instagram or World Wide Web. No machines are working and all that is left is what has been previously produced, like the waste now floating in the oceans or… Read more

  • Street Musicians, London, 2018

    March 5, 2019 by

    Series of portraits made in the streets of London, 2018. With Joulie Fox, Rosemary, Sherika Sherard, John, Guy Stewart, Jasper Rolfe, Gareth, Charlotte Campbell, and others.

  • Stella Dreaming @ Eloque Tears

    March 5, 2019 by

    Stella Dreaming Photoshoot was not published at Eloque Magazine but they recognized this photo as the best of the collection, saying: “It’s exceptional, very well done, the pose, light, outfit, hair, facial expression – everything on point!” – Eloque Magazine

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We hope soon to open an online shop, meanwhile, please contact Fernando Matoso with any suggestions, commissions, orders or inquiries:
Mobile:  [uk] +44 (0) 7722041849 / [pt] +351 918062884

Prints & Licenses

Every photograph on this website is available as a high-quality print or as an HD digital file and license for other uses.
Dimensions: between 4″x6″ and 50″x75″
Recommend Paper: Kodak Metallic

All prints come with an “Authenticity Certificate” signed by the author.


Blurreal Photography




My work is an extension of my inner time and space, a tool through which others are able to acknowledge complexity, diversity, Emotion and Motion, Tension, or Harmony by establishing links between the world and mankind’s diversity emerging from the fragility of our world and society.

All my life, for some reason, I traveled and lived between two people, two points, two houses, two cities, or two countries. I´ve been shaped to this fast, unpredictable, and nomad way of living.

As a consequence of this, I became passionate about the commonplace aspects of the life of Humankind and Nature and how these elements communicated with each other and I became fascinated by the flux of movement, speed, and color.

I am passionate about simple moments of the human quotidian and dynamic aspects of the real-life and I am inspired by how these elements communicate and interact with each other, and how human values and mankind’s diversity emerge from the fragility of our world, of our society.