Guzzo is a Brazilian designer and multimodal researcher interested in how interfaces mediate misinformation and bias. He draws on his background in filmmaking, education, and social activism to build socio-technical systems for collaboration and public imagination. At the Berkman Klein Center, he is a Program Manager for the Institute for Rebooting Social Media focusing on the program design for the RSM Assembly Fellowship.
Prior to the Institute, Guzzo was a Communication Manager for the Edgelands Institute and an educational designer for various social impact initiatives. He holds a Master of Fine Arts Degree from the University of California San Diego in Speculative Design and is a member of the Latin American Network of Surveillance, Technology, and Society Studies (LAVITS).