With a degree in photography and industrialdesign, Lucas started his professional career as a photographer after workingas an executive producer of commercial, editorial, and cultural projects.
Lucas lived in New York for a period during whichhe worked as an art director. Upon his return to São Paulo, he opened his ownstudio e started to work directly with agencies and clients.
In early 2010, Lucas had the idea of opening FOTOSPOT,an online-gallery conceived to promote interest in the production of Brazilianphotographers. FOTOSPOT pioneered the concept of making photography accessibleto a greater number of people using an on line plataform.
Lucas is the grandson of Peter Scheier, awell-known German photographer who, while living in Brazil, photographed themajor events that were taking place in the country between the 40s and 70s. Forthis reason, Lucas is also the general manager of the Peter Scheier Institute,dedicated to preserving and promoting the memory of his grandfather´s works.
Lucas´s own works are now part of importantprivate and institutional collections. Heparticipated in and passed the first selection process organized by thePhotography Academy of São Paulo. Lucas has already published three internationally-recognizedphotobooks. The first, which is called Desaudio,was exhibited at the Tokyo PhotoBook Show in 2015 and the second, called Movimento Estático (Static Movement), was chosen to participate in the Saint Petersburg PhotoBook Show.