At one point in the election cycle, there was a chance of a contested convention.
An investigation into sex crimes committed by members of the military.
A three-day interactive series about sex crimes committed by law enforcement officers.
An interactive detailing the story of twin sisters battling drug addiction.
A look visualization tracking Medicare dollars and referrals among a network of Brooklyn doctors.
I am a journalist, visual designer and developer at the Associated Press where I build interactive graphics and data visualizations. My experience ranges from coding up news applications and data visualizations, to number crunching and reporting. I am most passionate about finding stories in data and creating experiences that delight users and help them make more informed choices. I have experience managing storytelling products and multidisciplinary team collaborations.
Prior to joining AP, I worked for USA TODAY and Gannett Digital as a reporter, producer and ultimately developer. I am a marathoner and twice graduate of Virginia Commonwealth University, where I earned a bachelor's degree in Broadcast Journalism and a master's in Online Journalism. Here's what I'm doing now.Resume