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I started my infographics career in 2000 when I joined the staff of the Graphics Department at Condé Nast Traveler magazine. I worked there for 13 years under the direction of John Grimwade, creating many maps and diagrams and learning how to put together a proper infographic.


I left Traveler in 2013 and started my own studio, focusing on the creation of infographics, icons, 3D renderings, and maps for a variety of clients, including National Geographic, Apple, Sony, ProPublica, and VICE. I’m also a regular contributor to Lapham’s Quarterly and a frequent collaborator with Jim McManus at Complex Stories.

At times I team up with other studios and art departments to work on large projects. Most notable is my collaboration with National Geographic Magazine, during which I worked closely with their editorial, research, and art departments to produce a prize-winning 8-page gatefold graphic of the New York City skyline (an interactive version can be seen here).

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American Institute for Graphic Arts


Society for News Design


Freelancers Union



Webby Award,

Best Visual Design - Aesthetic, People’s Choice, 2016

National Geographic’s New New York Skyline

With John Tomanio, John Grimwade, Daniela Santamarina, and Farhana Hossain


Malofiej Infographics World Summit #24, 2016     

Bronze in Printed Graphics / Features and Bronze in Online Graphics / Features     

National Geographic’s New New York Skyline.     

With John Tomanio, John Grimwade, Daniela Santamarina, and Farhana Hossain


Malofiej Infographics World Summit #20, 2012     

Bronze award in Portfolio / Features category

Condé Nast Traveler magazine.

With John Grimwade and Joyce Pendola


Infographia Award, 2007     

Prêmio Abril de Jornalismo, Brazil.

With design staff at Mundo Estranho magazine

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