People of Faro explore the city through the eyes of its local people.
Faro is famous for its location, in a touristic region of Portugal, and its natural beauty. However, there is much more than that!
People of Faro explores the different elements that Faro consists of, including local people’s thoughts and images about the city they live in. There is space for exploration to result in an interview that takes a look at the local people’s perspective about the city.
We want to show what really Faro is and create connections between the city and its people and take into the surface their immense potential.
About her grown up plans Sofia Martins says she “wants to be happy and smile a lot.“ She’s also connected to the beach of Faro, enjoying to be there for the sand, the water and the sunset.
Rui defines himself as being “a work in progress.“ Besides that he’s a musician in love with the smell of the sea and the mountains from countryside.
Dealing with her own “Peter Pan syndrome“, Raquel managed to turn her life around when she had her daughter.
Driven by curiosity, Margarida considers the stage to be her home. Starting ballet at the age of 41 is also her superpower.
Film director, scriptwriter, plastic artist, surfer and “somewhat of an entrepreneur“.
Having a degree in teaching physical chemistry, but also working in a farm full of donkeys and rabbits, Sara is a person you would want to meet.
A man of many layers, Dan showed us his most human part, the vulnerable one and the one that seeks to connect with others.
Tata Regala, an open-minded figure who considers Faro as being the land of opportunities.