Born in 1970 in Brazil, Quarter Geral, Minas Gerais State. Here he began his professional activity in 1992: in the same year he moved to Porto Alegre where later in 1995 exhibited for the first time. In the same year he moved to Brasilia. He worked as assistant for advertising and fashion fields gaining the chance to experience and adopt new and personal ways of working such as light research and large formats prints.
Since 2000 Campos moved to Naples, that will become his adopted city and the watershed of his artistic career.
He lives and works between Naples and Rio de Janeiro.
According to the quoted statement by Henri Cartier-Bresson, that photography is “a way of understanding”, Campos is looking for an expressive synthesis between art and political and social thinking creating an original course supporting a flexible structure that lends itself to deal with themes and different languages: from the study of faces, bodies, personalities, to that of historical periods, as the baroque, up to the landscape in its symbolic value so that taking photographs becomes mostly a matter of environments, spaces and evocations.