NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC EXPLORER

I am a National Geographic Explorer since 2016. According to NatGeo, Explorers are exceptional individuals in their fields who receive funding and support from the Society to illuminate and protect our world through their work in science, exploration, education, and storytelling.  I have received grants from the Society to support my research or to document biodiversity in South America. I have published dozens of photos and four stories with NatGeo Brazil and NatGeo Latin America.

To know more about my work as a NatGeo Explorer click here (for english) or here (portuguese)

THE LAST REFUGE OF HARLEQUIN TOADS

WORKING TOGETHER TO SAVE THE JEWELS OF THE FOREST​

Fieldwork at Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta, Colombia. Part of a project focused on the conservation of Harlequin Toads (Atelopus).

STORY PUBLISHED AT NATGEO LATIN AMERICA

¿Cómo salvar a las ranas arlequín?

​AMAZONIA FROM DUSK TO DAWN

INNOVATIVE METHODS REVEALING THE UNSEEN OF EARTH’S MOST EMBLEMATIC RAINFOREST​

AN EXPLORATORY EXPEDITION TO RIO ABISEO NATIONAL PARK​