I’m a developer, data visualization designer, and journalist in New York, working mostly with front-end web technologies. I’m currently a data visualization engineer at McKinsey. Previously, I was a graphics reporter at the Wall Street Journal. I graduated with a master’s degree in information design and data visualization from Northeastern University in Boston.
What I Like Doing
I’m also a firm believer in the power of words. Writing is my therapy.
My Job Goals
I love working in roles where I serve the public interest through graphic design and code. I’m particularly interested in politics, economics, and sports. Professionally, I can see myself as a graphics reporter for a news organization, or an information designer in a storytelling capacity. However, building my skills and learning from others is definitely number one on my list, and I am flexible enough to adopt to a variety of web development roles.
What I’m Doing Now
- Finishing up the No B.S. COVID Tracker
- Selling stuff on Craigslist.
- Learning the solo from Fun Fun Fun by The Beach Boys.
- Meditating and trying to accept.
- For the first time in a long time, feeling cautiously optimistic about the American political process. Knocks wood vigorously
- Going to the park, where I don’t have to try hard to social distance.