Miscellaneous Projects

selected works


Life Timeline Editorial Lead // February 2017
Immersive interactive project showing how the world has changed during your lifetime. Worked for almost a year with freelancers, editors, designers, and developers to create and shape the database that powers the timeline. Here is a write-up of the project and interview with my editor on the project. Winner of the 2017 Magazine Imagination Award.

Inside Jobs Assistant Art Director // November 2016
An oral history of the American workforce. Worked with visuals editor Emily Epstein to commission and direct 103 illustrations by Rebecca Clarke. Contributed to design process for final interactive dashboard.

EquiTable (formerly Equipay) Grand Prize Winner, Comedy Hack Day 10 // January 2016
Bill splitting app to split the bill fairly. No really, fairly. Uses Bureau of Labor Statistics information to split bills among people in order to compensate for to systemic inequality. “Reparations, one meal at a time.”

Featured in the Washington Post, The Atlantic, NPR, Quartz, Huffington Post, Mic, New York Magazine, TIME, and Complex News, among others.

Real full app launched March 2016.

Scott Walker Really Likes Hot Ham July 2015
A storify curating the tweets of Wisconsin Governor and former 2016 Presidential hopeful Scott Walker. Spoiler: he tweets a lot about ham.

This ended up “going viral” on Twitter, with several thousand views and shares.

Phantom in Phoenix Story Designer and Web Editor // Dow Jones News Fund // May 2015
When “The Phantom of the Opera” travels around the world, what comes with it? A look into the show’s culture, history, commerce, and crew.

Mobile-first, fully-integrated, multimedia reporting project created with 13 other student journalists as part of the Dow Jones News Fund’s week-long digital journalism bootcamp at the Walter Cronkite School at Arizona State University.

Tufts Mugs Photography Project May 2013
Photography project documenting more than 2,500 members of the Tufts community during finals week. At its height, the project had 20,000 impressions a day. Tufts Mugs was also featured on Narratively and the Tufts Admissions magazine.