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About Postcrossing

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This project is brought to you by...

We are a group of people who are passionate about postcards and connecting with others through them. Below is a list of some of those who work towards making this project grow.

Paulo Magalhães (Portugal)

Paulo created Postcrossing to solve a problem he had: he wanted to receive more postcards on his mailbox. A small idea and 41 million postcards later, now he manages the project and its development full-time. When he's not pushing buttons, he loves to run and look for hidden treasures.

Ana Campos (Portugal)

Ana helps members from all around the world to use Postcrossing and is also the editor and curator of the project's blog.
She's addicted to cute stationery and is the head chef at the HQ kitchen.

Vicki Crawford (Australia)

She's the forum administrator and a trusty all-things-Postcrossing adviser. Vicki also takes care of many of the tasks that allow Postcrossing to run smoothly.
She's into geocaching and loves to photograph the sunrises on Hindmarsh Island.


This project couldn't exist without the support of volunteers all around the world who help the project grow and give their input on its direction.

  • geminiscp, Portugal

    Paula (Portugal) is a forum admin. She likes stamps, foxes and castles - all together if possible.

  • swan, United States of America

    Swantje (USA) is a forum admin and loves nature, close-up postcards and the German dish Labskaus.

  • Jetske, Netherlands

    Jetske (Netherlands) is a forum super-moderator. She's a parmesan and pesto popcorn lover (yes, that's a thing!).

  • Kelpie, Russia

    Olga (Russia) helps connect with the large Russian speaking community. She likes whales and has a soft spot for Kooky.

Little Mail Carriers

Postman Paulo and Postwoman Ana are Postcrossing's mini-ambassadors who travel all around the world on a mission: to visit as many postcrossers as they can!
Follow all their adventures on the blog.