Larissa Zaidan, 30, was born in São Paulo, Brazil. She started her career in photojournalism at VICE Brasil in 2016. At VICE, she mainly photographed and directed documentaries. She has worked with publications such as VICE, Wired, Financial Times, California Sunday Magazine, Business Week and PHmuseum. In 2019 she did her first work as director of photography in the a film about trans life expectancy in Brazil “35”. She has also lent her lenses to brands like Google, Facebook, Puma and Spotify and musical artists such as Mano Brown and Rico Dalasam. Since 2021 she is a director represented by Stink Films.