I’m a Brazilian visual journalist based in Philadelphia. I'm currently a graphics reporter covering foreign and national security news at The Washington Post. Previously, I was a graphics editor at The COVID Tracking Project at The Atlantic, where I manage a team of dozens of volunteers, and a data visualization developer at Reuters. I have also worked as a reporter at Gazeta do Povo, one of the largest newspapers in Brazil. I studied journalism in Universidade Federal do Paraná, and data journalism in the Lede Program at Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. In 2016, I published “Ibiúna, anteontem”, a digital interactive book about women’s fight against the Brazilian military dictatorship in the 1960s. I love to tell visual stories using data, programming and illustration. I see it as a way to combine two of my passions: journalism and design. I can easily spend a day coding and playing in Illustrator. Lately I've been using my free time to learn more about 3D illustration and 3D modeling.
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