Investigative journalist at the Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (OCCRP). Podcaster.
"In the past three years I have been working as staff reporter investigating Big Tobacco for OCCRP. Since 2007 I have been reporting from Japan, with a special focus on the aftermath of the March 2011 earthquake, the ensuing tsunami and the Fukushima nuclear disaster. I covered environmental issues, sex crimes, corruption and cyber crimes for a cross section of media including the BBC World Service, The Atlantic, The Intercept, the Guardian and The Japan Times. In 2016, I was part of the Pulitzer-Prize winning Panama Papers investigation working in particular as part of a historic collaboration among Japanese media outlets. My work has been honoured with several journalism awards and nominations, including the Press Freedom Award 2012 by Reporters Without Borders and Unesco, Austria and the Dig Awards. In 2019 I became a Groundtruth Project - Democracy Undone fellow, producing a podcast about Italy's Identitarian movement. In 2013 I travelled the United States as a Transatlantic Media Fellow for the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS). I have master degrees in Oriental studies, in journalism and in corporate finance."