Hello! I’m a recent graduate of UC Berkeley interested in data journalism, information design and empirical social science.
I’m currently a graphics editor at The New York Times. Previously, I was an intern at The Washington Post and The Los Angeles Times. At school, I started the projects team at The Daily Californian.
Please get in touch via email or Twitter. My open-source code is on GitHub and my resume is here.
You can see what I’ve been working on below.
The Places in the U.S. Where Disaster Strikes Again and Again
The New York Times
How to Buy a Gun in 15 Countries
The rise of the campus meme
The Daily Californian
Is your U.S. representative holding a town hall in August? Probably not.
The Washington Post
Leaving town at rush hour? Here’s how far you’re likely to get from America’s largest cities.
Why so many NHL and NBA teams have won back-to-back championships
Sexual misconduct database
What does a hacker look like?
Newsprint: The Daily Cal’s print archive
Guess the UC Berkeley department with the lowest grades
Crime on campus
The public trust
Super PACs, attack ads and million-dollar donors
The Los Angeles Times
Examining the electorate: ASUC voter survey