Artur de Andrade is a Brazilian journalist, PR, content creator and communication consultant with 25 years of experience. He began his professional journey in the now extinct Jornal da Tarde, a newspaper of O Estado de S. Paulo group, reporting on topics such as design, gastronomy, nightlife and fashion, in a lively and creative São Paulo in the 90s. He then participated in the first group of online journalism in his country, in the respected but extinct newspaper Gazeta Mercantil. Contributor of gastronomy and trends of Elle Brasil magazine, in 2002 he moved to the magazine Casa e Jardim, at Editora Globo, as executive editor. He remained there for 8 years, until taking up the same position in Casa Vogue Brasil magazine (Edições Globo Condé Nast), working for another 7 years. The last two experiences allowed a deep dive in design, decoration, architecture, art, travel, and everything that involves houses, cities, aesthetics, creativity and lifestyle - including from large coverages of important international fairs and forums, such as Salone del Mobile di Milano and Design Indaba, in Cape Town, to journeys into relevant French luxury brands and their renowned savoir-faire. After a two-year sabbatical, during which he traveled the world, Artur began as a brand PR, content creator and communication consultant at the In Press Porter Novelli agency, in São Paulo, an affiliate of American Porter Novelli.