Hi! I'm a data visualisation developer at the Financial Times in London. I previously worked at Reuters and the Hindustan Times, and interned at WAMU 88.5, NPR, The Texas Tribune, and The Boston Globe in the U.S. after graduating from Northwestern University in 2017, where I was a Knight Lab student fellow.

When I'm not pushing pixels around or researching web accessibility, I'm into food documentaries, pop culture podcasts and making progress on my Goodreads challenge. Check out some of my work and projects below and drop me a line if you want to reach out!

Queer in Africa

Expanded on breaking news coverage to explain current state of LGBTQ+ rights in African countries, drawing on recent data and historical context. I pulled on existing coverage from the Africa bureaus and original research to create several maps and charts.

2022 Winter Paralympics

A visual deep-dive on the adaptive sports equipment Paralympic athletes use. I researched the history of disabled sport, interviewed equipment experts and athletes from Canada to Australia and in between, and designed and built the story.

Myanmar coup

Collected and processed data, and designed and built a graphic about the people killed in Myanmar’s military crackdown on protests after the 2021 coup, told through the stories of 7 victims. Won an Award of Excellence at the 2021 Society for News Design Digital Design awards, and was part of the finalist package for the Breaking News of the Year award at the Reuters 2021 Journalists of the Year Awards.

South Asia data sources

Growing list of govermental, research and other sources of data about India and the South Asia subcontinent.

Self-care for Nerds

Pitched and gave a lightning talk at #NICAR17 about physical self-care as a developer, journalist, or just someone who sits at a computer all day. Here are my slides and speaker notes.

GIF-Making 101

It's no secret that I love GIFs. I led a workshop at the Knight Lab to teach students how to make GIFs using Giphy Capture and Photoshop.