- Series of investigations into Google’s DeepMind, by Martin Coulter and Hugh Langley. Finalist for British Journalism Award and shortlisted for other investigative reporting contests.
- Investigation into Amazon “dark patterns” to trick customers into subscribing to Amazon Prime, by Eugene Kim
- Series of investigations into Amazon’s HR machine and “stack-ranking”, by Eugene Kim and Ashley Stewart
- Amazon’s drone delivery program, safety concerns, and attrition, by Eugene Kim and Katherine Long
- “Amazon’s Prime Air drone-delivery team is in upheaval as launch delays, ‘expat’ execs, and a 20% turnover rate roil one of Amazon’s loftiest projects”
- “Amazon has been secretly testing its drone-delivery program and plans to drop packages from the sky to 1,300 customers this year, documents show”
- “Amazon delivery drones are falling out of the sky, with at least 8 crashes in the last year, documents show”
- “Leaked documents show Amazon tried to sidestep FAA investigations of drone crashes”
- Investigating Amazon’s warehouses and injury epidemic, by Katherine Long
- “Google, Amazon, and Microsoft have taken advantage of a commonly used but little-known tool to quietly enter dozens of contracts with ICE and CBP” by Caroline Haskins
- “Identity verification service ID.me has a lucrative contract with the VA. Veterans and their families say it’s locked them out of disability payments and emergency assistance.” by Caroline Haskins
- “Activist investor Elliott Management cut deal to replace Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey with Parag Agrawal” by Kali Hays and Bradley Saacks
- “Mailchimp employees are furious after the company’s founders promised to never sell, withheld equity, and then sold it for $12 billion” by Ben Bergman
- “Google is trying to salvage its failing Stadia game service with a new focus on striking deals with Peloton, Bungie, and others under the brand ‘Google Stream’” by Hugh Langley
- “Facebook insiders have started to call their company the next Yahoo. They fear Mark Zuckerberg’s ‘metaverse’ pivot is an identity crisis the social-media giant won’t recover from.” by Kali Hays
- “Inside Amazon’s flailing brick-and-mortar ambitions: missed projections, pressure to cut costs, and a war with Whole Foods” by Eugene Kim
- “Uber drivers who were promised coronavirus sick pay have had their accounts closed and claims rejected” by Tyler Sonnemaker
- “In Puerto Rico, Building a Disaster-Proof Business Is Part of Recovery” by Molly Schwartz, The New York Times
- “The Disappeared Children of Israel” by Malin Fezehai, The New York Times
- “How Times Reporters Froze a Fatal Moment on a Protest Field in Gaza” by Malachy Browne, The New York Times
- “Redefining Representation: The Women of the 116th Congress” by Elizabeth D. Herman and Celeste Sloman, The New York Times
- “This Website Is Carried by the Ocean: A tale of two towns, 10,000 miles apart, connected by mud and light.” by Molly Schwartz, New York Magazine
- “Upload Your Prayers to the Virgin of Guadalupe” by Ellen Freeman, New York Magazine
- “To Be Both Midwestern and Hmong” by Doualy Xaykaothao, The Atlantic
New York Magazine
Developing Editor // October 2018
A pop-up blog under the new Intelligencer. Editor of 60-story feature package about global technology.
Home Smart Home Editor // March-August 2018
A pop-up blog under Select All, New York’s technology site. Editor of 100-story feature package about smart homes, artificial intelligence, and the future of living in an increasingly connected world.
Life Timeline Editorial Lead // February 2017
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 MPA Imagination Award.
Inside Jobs Assistant Art Director // November 2016
An oral history of the American workforce. Worked with visuals editor to commission and art direct 103 illustrations by Rebecca Clarke. Contributed to design process for final interactive dashboard.
The Obama Era Editor // December 2016
A retrospective on the Obama presidency tied to Ta-Nehisi Coates’s January 2017 cover story for The Atlantic, featuring interviews with Barack Obama and essays from public intellectuals.
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 data to compensate for historic 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.
- “Elon Musk’s Twitter deal is looking shakier than ever. Here are all the ways the buyout could collapse.” Insider
- “My Donald Trump Jr. Shadow Instagram Feed” Slate
- “Is Wikipedia Foreshadowing Clinton’s Vice-Presidential Pick?” — Scoop: Used Wikipedia edit history to track the Clinton campaign’s announcement schedule, and predicted the selection of Tim Kaine as V.P. pick. The Atlantic