Leticia Zica grew up in the city of Belo Horizonte, Brazil. The camera was by her side since she was a teenager. At age 14 she did her first self-portraits and from there she continued in the world of photography, exploring themes such as feminism, the surrealist movement and the brazilian culture. At 18, she moved to Sao Paulo to study fashion design. She worked as a freelance photographer and gallery assistant for the prestigious Leica Gallery Sao Paulo, where she contributed with photographers such as Ralph Gibson, Bruce Gilden, Andy Summers, Alain Laboile and Julian Lennon. Her works have been exhibited in different parts of the world, such as the Bogota Museum of Contemporary Art, the Month of Photography Los Angeles, Tiradentes Photography Festival, Les Rencontres d'Arles, among others. She works and lives in Paris, France.
Brazil. Base in France.