Vincent Bevins is Brazil correspondent for the Los Angeles Times, contributor to the Financial Times, and has written for a number of other international publications.
For Folha de S. Paulo, Brazil’s largest newspaper, he writes for and edits “From Brazil“, an experimental English-language blog aimed at highlighting news, analysis, culture and commentary for the global community.
He has been living in SÃ£o Paulo since July 2010, after re-locating from the offices of the Financial Times in London.
A native of Los Angeles, Vincent studied at UC Berkeley and the London School of Economics, and has also lived and worked in Caracas, Berlin, and San Francisco. He writes, or has written for: The Guardian, The International Herald Tribune (the global edition of The New York Times), CNBC Business Magazine, New Statesman, San Francisco Chronicle, The Banker, Time Out SÃ£o Paulo, Latin Finance, Latin Trade, AsiaMoney, Al Majalla Magazine, ArtReview, Interview Magazine, Dazed and Confused, and Art in America, among others.
He is not Brazilian.
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Claire Rigby is the editor-in-chief of Time Out SÃ£o Paulo. She moved to Brazil in 2010 to launch the magazine and site, having previously spent two years in Argentina as the editor of Time Out Buenos Aires. She also produced Time Out’s Mexico City guide.
As a freelancer, she writes for various magazines including Art Review, Frame and Mark, and has written for newspapers including the Guardian, Telegraph, Buenos Aires Herald and the South China Morning Post.
Follow her on Twitter @claire_rigby
Dom PhillipsÂ is a British journalist based in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. He is the chief Brazil reporter for energy news wire Platts and a reporter for People Magazine and UK womenâ€™s weekly Grazia.Â He also contributes to British soccer magazine 442 and music monthly Q, and has written for The Times, theÂ SundayÂ Times, The Observer, The Guardian, The IndependentÂ on Sunday,Â Bloomberg World View,Â the Financial Times and its monthly title Brazil Confidential, Ethical Corporation, and The Daily Beast, among others.