I am currently studying soundscapes and the relationship of acoustic signals with species diversity and environmental variables to address ecological questions. My interest is in exploring the potential of using acoustics for habitat monitoring and conservation purposes.

I was raised with an outdoorsy lifestyle, spending a significant part of my childhood on my grandparents’ farm in central Brazil. It was during this period that my curiosity and connections with nature began. With an academic background rooted in ecology science and field experience with fauna and forest restoration, my research focuses in advancing ecological knowledge and assessing effective conservation practices to improve the protection of the ecosystems and its management.