Journalism and content creation are tools to contribute with a more sustainable, equitable and just society. We use our abilities to strive for a better world.
With fluency in Portuguese and English, we write articles in both languages and spread the word about our stories to an international audience.
Our pictures have won awards around the world. Technical rigor and a special eye guarantee the high quality for visual narratives.
The footage is also movie material — we are experienced in the production of short documentaries and snippets for social media.
We produce interviews and talk programs about environmental affairs, sustainability and how these subjects connect with people's daily lives.
Producing underwater images is one of our specialties. The deepest stories about our nature can be told through our eyes and lenses.
Equipped and certified to fly through the skies, drones are a part of our gear. They will take us to the most unaccessible spots and allow us to register the best scenes.
On our natural environment, our eyes find the best angles and the most interesting stories for visual storytelling.
Humans are a part of our natural world. The stories we tell always look for a human impact, positive or negative.
We develop projects from beginning to end. We are experienced with logistics, long journeys and maintaining a narrative for complex stories.
Respect for the environment and people is at the heart of what we stand for. We always work with the aim of leaving a positive impact wherever we go.
Journalist specializing in the environment and sustainability with more than ten years of experience in the publishing market. She was a reporter for Veja from 2014 to 2020, period during which she specialized in environmental affairs, sustainability and human rights. She interviewed names such as Greta Thunberg, Jane Fonda, Jane Goodall and David Attenborough. She collaborates with international outlets, such as the Thomson Reuters Foundation and Mongabay, and national ones, such as Veja, Um Só Planeta, Jota, Época, among others. Jennifer holds a postgraduate degree in Environment and Sustainability from Fundação Getúlio Vargas (FGV).
She was a finalist for the Comunique-se Award (2018), in the Sustainability category, and won the Patrícia Acioli Human Rights Award (2018).
Photojournalist with over 20 years of experience in the publishing and advertising market, considered one of the most innovative and creative photographers in Brazil. Roriz accumulates more than 40 national and international awards, with emphasis on POYi - Picture of the Year International (2006, 2014), PDN The Best Photo Annual Award (2014), O Estado de S. Paulo Journalism Award (2003, 2004, 2008 and 2010), Abril Journalism Award (2015 and 2016).
His work has been published by outlets such as Bloomberg News, Reuters, National Geographic, The New York Times, Google, The Nature Conservancy, Brazilian Olympic Committee, Veja, O Estado de S. Paulo, O Globo, among others. Throughout his career, he was present in major coverage, such as the earthquakes in Haiti and Chile in 2010, Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans, five Olympic Games, three World Cups and six Pan American Games.
Roriz is a specialist in underwater images and a PADI certified diver, with more than 2,000 dives cataloged during reports and underwater productions in general, in addition to having extensive experience in aerial productions with ANAC certification.