I'm a journalist with ten years of experience producing articles, award-winning infographics, and videos for publications in Brazil, the US, and Italy. I’m currently contributing stories for outlets including CNN and Wired, doing OSINT research for Bellingcat, and carrying out visual research for artists based in the UK and Spain.
I write about international politics, with a focus on migration, conflicts, and terrorism. I’m also interested in the intersections between international politics and fields like technology, the environment, and business. I report using data and coding (R), satellite images, cartography (QGIS), social media, and OSINT tools.
Previously, I covered international politics for Quartz, focusing on America and Europe. I reported from Milan during the coronavirus pandemic and from Budapest during the migrant crisis. I also covered breaking news for Quartz’s news apps and helped write the Daily Brief morning newsletter.
Before that, I worked as a visual journalist for Colors magazine in Italy, and for Super magazine and Mundo magazine in Brazil. 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 also took courses from Bellingcat, the Knight Center, Investigative Reporters and Editors, DataCamp, and the Center for Investigative Journalism.