While living in Brazil, I wrote about cinema for newspapers (Gazeta Mercantil, Folha da Tarde, Correio do Povo, Zero Hora), magazines (Moviola), radio (Rádio Guaíba), television (TV Guaíba), and the internet (Trix, Esfera, Nova-e, Digestivo Cultural, among others). I’ve also created texts for several websites on a variety of topics, from classical music and visual arts to graphic novels and video games.
In 1998 I created what may have been the first Brazilian blog, Diário da Megalópole (The Megalopolis Diaries), and I have been blogging since then on various websites. From 2001 to 2011 I published Por um Punhado de Pixels (For a Fistful of Pixels), which won the User Prize for Best Weblog in the Deutsche Welle International Weblog Awards 2004 (BOBs) and was a finalist in the Fourth Annual Weblog Awards (Bloggies). My most recent blogs are the House of Dancing Shadows (about martial arts movies), Phlaneur (about photography), and Elsewherean (assorted musings).