As an intern (summer 2015) and then freelancer (2015-present), I research graphics stories for National Geographic online and in print. I work with the magazine's designers, cartographers and illustrators to brainstorm and think through data visualization concepts. Then I interview sources and research the information needed to create these graphics, synthesizing and presenting my findings to the magazine's designers.
During my time with National Geographic, I've researched two award-winning cover stories:
Where They Say Mary (Featured in The Best American Infographics 2016)
Under London (Winner of the 2016 British Archaeological Award for “Best Public Presentation of Archaeology”)
Graphics Research & Data Reporting
Food & Culture Reporting
I also wrote for National Geographic’s “The Plate,” the magazine’s online vertical for food journalism. My stories ranged from interviews and reporting to travel essays: