firstname.lastname@example.org Hi there! I'm a multimedia investigative journalist currently based in South Carolina, reporting for The State. Previously, I reported on science for The Economist from London, criminal justice for The Marshall Project from Manhattanand the 2019 presidential elections for Argentina's national paper, Clarín, from Buenos Aires. As a freelancer, I covered the environment, the pandemic, prisons, design, technology, health and the Arctic for The Marshall Project, The Intercept, The Economist, WIRED, Scientific American, The Boston Globe and Jalopnik. My photojournalism has appeared in features published by The Marshall Project and Jalopnik, and I've filed audio stories for The Economist's Babbage and NPR's Radio Ambulante podcasts. I've won several awards for my work, including Honorable Mention for the 2021 Evert Clark/Seth Payne Award.
Before my reporting career, I co-founded a global health nonprofit, worked for a design company and taught at an immigration community center in Boston.
My training is in public health, infectious disease and investigative journalism. I was awarded full ride scholarships to complete both a Bachelor's of Science in Public Health from the University of Texas at Austin and a Master's of Science in Investigative Reporting from the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism / Toni Stabile Center for Investigative Journalism. I am Argentine-American and speak Spanish and Portuguese.