Visual reporter

I’m a journalist working with data, visual, and investigative journalism on stories about politics, business, and the environment. I’m from Brazil and based in Italy.

Previously, I wrote about American, Latin American, and European politics for Quartz, and covered the break of the pandemic from Milan. I also worked on the Daily Brief and Daily Obsession newsletters, and the Brief and Quartz news apps, and helped write a book about the new global economy.

Before that, I reported visual stories for Colors magazine in Italy, and for Super magazine and Mundo magazine in Brazil. During this period, I received an Esso award for an infographic I reported for Super.

I studied journalism at Faculdade Cásper Líbero in São Paulo and international relations at the Central European University in Budapest, and I’m a lifelong student of data, visual, and investigative journalism (Bellingcat, Investigative Reporters and Editors, CIJ, DataCamp, Knight Center, ABRAJI, Volt Data Lab).

I’m available for freelance work, including for writing, research, and editing; for creative visual research; and for data cleaning, wrangling, and exploring. I often contribute to projects remotely.

Get in touch, or find me on Twitter or LinkedIn.