I'm a journalist. Currently, I’m reporting on Brazilian and Italian affairs for publications including CNN, Wired, and Fortune. I'm from São Paulo and based in Milan.
I have a background in visual journalism and I report using code (R), satellite images, cartography (QGIS), and social media. I’m currently contributing OSINT research for Bellingcat as a volunteer and doing visual research for artists.
Previously, I worked for Quartz, writing the Daily Brief newsletter and producing the Weekly Obsession newsletter. I also wrote stories on politics, business, technology, and culture for Quartz’s site and app.
Before that, I was a reporter at Colors magazine in Italy, and Super magazine and Mundo magazine in Brazil, producing visual journalism. I received an Esso award for an infographic I reported for Super during this period.
I have a BA in journalism from Faculdade Cásper Líbero in São Paulo and an MA in international relations from the Central European University in Budapest.
I have taken courses from Bellingcat, the Knight Center, Investigative Reporters and Editors, DataCamp, and the Center for Investigative Journalism.
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