Miguel De (Ovar, Portugal; 1992) has a degree in Cinema and Audiovisual by Escola Superior Artística do Porto (2013) and is currently working in cinema, film photography, electronic music and graphic design.
In 2010, he won the literary prize Correntes d’Escritas / Papelaria Locus with the short story “A História do Velho Entristecido com a Vida”. He has directed two award-winning short films in 2014 (The Whisper and the Night) and 2016 (Coherence) and was the author of two weekly radio shows, Futura and Kenshō, both on RUM – Rádio Universitária do Minho, from 2015 to 2017.
As a musician, he has an experimental and exploratory electronic music project with not only several releases, but also concerts and residencies in several areas of Portugal.
In photography, he specializes in film, being mostly known for his project A Body Of Land, juxtapositioning male nudes with landscapes, which earned him several articles and features in specialized publications and an exhibition at an art gallery in Braga, Portugal.
He’s currently working on new projects on all areas.