Eduardo Brito holds a Master's degree in Artistic Studies - Museology and Curatorial studies - from the Faculty of Fine Arts, University of Porto. At the faculty Eduardo is a research fellow at the I2ADS's Research Group in Art and Intermedia, researching on museology, film and visual studies and photography. Eduardo was project coordinator of Reimagining Guimarães, a photography, archive and curatorial programme developed for the Guimarães 2012 European City of Culture. Brito is the author of the photographic books Terras Últimas (2010), Under the Almost-Same Light and Uma Variação Veneziana (2014), of the text As Orcadianas (The Orcadians, 2014), and of the short films Antropia (2009), Line (2013) and Over The Hills (with pianist Joana Gama, 2013) and As Simultâneas (with artist Rita Faustino, 2015). He wrote the screenplays for Paulo Abreu's film The Scoundrel (2012) and Manuel Mozos’ The Glory of Filmmaking in Portugal (2015). He directed the short films Penumbria (2016) and Slope (2018).