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Writer and editor from Brazil (1997-), Master of Arts (2007) in Public Policy from the Central European University in Budapest, Master of Arts (2013-2015) in International Media Innovation Management from the Berlin University for Professional Studies.
Founder and director of Paradox Zero, a consulting agency on media and tech, providing digital strategies for small and medium companies, NGOs and associations.
Author of 100 amores (ISBN 978-192-5099-935), e-book on Amazon released on June 2013.
Writing for print and online, covering politics, business, technology and urban issues. Also a key speaker and journalism trainer, member of the Brazilian Association of Investigative Journalism and the Canadian Association of Journalists. Former member of the Hungarian International Press Association. Before 1997 in the computer programming (developer) business.
Former correspondent in Brazil for Wired News (2001-2003) with several contributions to media outlets such as News.com, The Inquirer, Scidev.net, Christian Science Monitor, The Budapest Sun, Ohmynews, Knight Center for Journalism, BBC and others.
Correspondent in Eastern Europe (2006-2007) for national newspaper Folha de S. Paulo; also in 2013 based in Montreal, Canada. Reporter/editor at daily newspapers such as Diario de Pernambuco (1998-2003, 2007-2009), Folha de Pernambuco (2004-2006), Jornal do Commercio (1997, 2007), with contributions to Jornal do Brasil, Folha de S. Paulo, Carta Capital magazine, UOL, Backstage Magazine, Globo.com and many others.
Currently holding a chronicle column at NE10/Jornal do Commercio since 2012 and helping on the editing of Webinsider since 2000.
Between 2011 and 2013, executive-editor at AF2 Comunicação in Brasilia. In 2010, one of the editors and coordinators in São Paulo for Brazil’s Presidential Election. In 2009, one of the editors during the renovation of Sebrae’s online portal in Brasilia. Columnist from 2009 to 2011 at Terra Magazine.
- If you’re looking for those long gone Wired stories (2001-2003), get them here.
For a full list of current and past jobs, please check my Linkedin profile.