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I am a journalist focused on data visualization, design and code.
I am on the faculty of the Philip Merrill College of Journalism.

Code Red

Code Red is an investigative project reporting on the relationship between climate change and poverty, examining the price that residents of “urban heat islands” pay, whether in chronic illnesses, higher crime rates or poverty. The project was a collaboration between Merrill College of Journalism and NPR.


The 45-Minute Mystery of Freddie Gray’s Death

Published days before the unrest, this interactive explores the moments surrounding Gray’s arrest through photos, eyewitness video and groundbreaking investigative reporting.


Editor and Publisher feature

The 45 Minute Mystery of Freddie Grey interactive earned us a spot in Editor and Publisher’s “10 Newspapers That Do It Right 2016: Finding Success with Audience, Digital and New Revenue Ideas”


Best of Baltimore

Baltimore Magazine included me in their Best of Baltimore list for 2016 for a Facebook essay and accompanying OpEd I wrote about a 28-year-old homicide victim whom I had encountered in an odd circumstance 12 years earlier.


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