I’m a multimedia journalist living in Miami, Florida, where I most recently worked as part of the Politics team at Univision Noticias Digital, covering the 2016 presidential campaign.
There I traveled across the country reporting, writing, covering breaking news, photographing, shooting video, shooting and conducting live interviews and producing social media content for Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Snapchat.
Before this I was a contributing writer at Slate Magazine in New York, covering Latin American and U.S. Latino issues. I also wrote about feminist issues, cultural news and literature, Latin American politics, soccer and LGBTQ issues. At Slate I was also photo editor for three years.
I interned at the Magnum Foundation, part of Magnum Photos, in New York. Before that I interned as a photojournalist in Beijing, at China’s biggest English-language magazine, The Beijinger. I graduated from the University of Florida with a journalism degree, a concentration on photojournalism and film, and a Chinese minor.
At UF, I was co-Editor-in-Chief of The Anole, UF’s multilingual magazine, and my work has been featured in the Washington Post, PBS, the Gainesville Sun, and the Independent Florida Alligator, among others.
I am also co-founder and writer at Femination, a blog on issues at the intersection of gender and race.
I was born in Bogotá, Colombia, where I lived for 13 years before moving to the U.S.