I am a designer, researcher, and educator, interested in the intersection between design history and feminism, and how disrupting mechanisms of pedagogy and historiography can affect change.

In 2020, I founded Errata, a research project and publishing platform concentrating on the visibility of women in Portuguese graphic design history, encompassing exhibitions, publishing, and an ongoing podcast series.

Recently I co-curated the exhibition Errata: A feminist revision of Portuguese graphic design history (Museu do Cidade, 2021), and am currently a PhD candidate and member of the Centre for Design History at the University of Brighton. Previously, I have published articles on, worked at Art Review, Eye Magazine, and founded the magazine Voca.

Teaching, talks & workshops include:

Women’s Enciclopedia — Paths FBAUL, Lisbon, Portugal, May 2021;
Expanding Graphic Design Histories, University of Brighton, UK, November 2021;
Museu Nacional Frei Manuel do Cenáculo, Évora, Portugal, September 2021;
MFA Workshop (with Nina Paim), CalArts, California, USA, October 2021;
BA Talk, FBAUL, Lisbon, Portugal, November 2021;
Talk (with Eva Gonçalves), ETIC, Lisbon, Portugal, January 2022