Eduardo was born in Brazil and studied at the University of Brasilia, majoring in Control and Automation Engineering. In 2015, he transferred to Savannah College of Art and Design to study Industrial Design. His objective is to design and create meaningful, user-centered products. He has collaborated on projects with Hymer, Snap-on, and Volvo, and worked as an intern at MSA, The Safety Company, a world leader in worker protection and safety product innovation. During his internship at MSA, Eduardo worked on a project with an expected patent and launch in 2019. For his senior project, Eduardo developed a healthcare device concept for women "Simple. Period" with the hope of facilitating the detection of sex-specific illnesses.
Eduardo has received a Gold prize from the European Product Design Award for his "Element" faucet and was mentioned in an article from Core 77 for "Simple. Period."