British journalist and photographer. Correspondent in Brazil for The Wall Street Journal.
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Brazil braced for World Cup amid rise in Rio violence
Brazil: At breaking point
Brazil: street art makes its mark
Brazil’s would-be-king and his two-bed rented home in São Paulo
Eike Batista’s fall from grace
From a favela to the top table
Gay kiss in soap opera Amor à Vida is landmark moment for Brazil
Jorge Paulo Lemann, a lean, hungry mogul
Joseph Safra, banker seeking a slice of the banana business
Marina Silva injects charisma into Brazil’s presidential campaign
Pastor mobilises favela against Brazil’s hosting of World Cup
Petrobras shows corruption is now a high-stakes game in Brazil
Religion defies recession in Brazil
Smaller Formula One teams need to pull out all the stops
The BBQ Activists
When you already have 35 political parties, what’s 63 more?
World Cup: Pitch Battle
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