BBC World Service
I am a Brazilian journalist and a BBC World Service correspondent in Beirut, covering the Middle East and Africa on international news, current affairs, and documenting on conflicts, human rights and refugees. I am also a deputy editor in chief at Transterra Media agency's Beirut bureau and a contributor to Radio France International.
My work as a producer and writer include TIME magazine, leading broadcaster Rede Globo, TV Record, Terra Networks, Veja Online and Middle East affairs consultant for Portuguese News Network (PNN) agency. Since 2013, I am involved in training other journalists in basic Hostile Environment and First Aid (HEFAT) courses in Brazil and the Middle East.
Since 2006, I have covered many major events in the region as the Syrian Civil War, the 2011 Egyptian Revolution, the Libyan Civil War, the 2011 Syrian uprising and the plight of the Syrian refugees in Turkey, the Gaza War (2008–09), the 2009 Iranian presidential election and the political and refugee crisis in Lebanon.
- Audio capture
- Breaking news
- Military embed
- RISC training
- Video capture