I’m a Tow Fellow at the Columbia University Journalism School working on applications of data and computational journalism. I’m also a consultant in New York City working on research, design, and development of computational media applications. I mostly take on work where I can apply my expertise in data visualization, social media analytics, and user-experience design, with a bent towards news, information, and journalism. You can find out more about what I’m thinking and writing about on my blog. Have an interesting project you’d like to work with me on? Contact me here.
My background is in Computer Science and Human-Computer Interaction (Ph.D. from the School of Interactive Computing at Georgia Tech) and I was also a Computing Innovation Fellow at the School of Communication and Information at Rutgers from 2009-2011. See my CV for the full run-down of my background and experience.