I'm passionate about building world-class data analytics and visualization products.
Currently, I'm a data visualization developer at The Associated Press' Elections & Democracy team, where I design and build interactive visualizations for the 2024 presidential and local elections in the U.S.
My past work experience spans both tech and journalism industries. Most recently, I worked as a software engineer at Splunk, specializing in data visualization. I build interactive visual tools for businesses to explore and monitor large data infrastructure.
I have also worked as a graphics reporter/data visualization developer at The Wall Street Journal, NBC, NPR, and The Texas Tribune. I collaborated with reporters and editors to generate ideas, request and analyze public records to tell data-driven, visual stories. I covered stories on various topics, including high-profile companies in business, Texas local politics, and the impact of COVID-19 on employment.
My visualization work has won awards from the European Journalism Centre, The Society of American Business Editors and Writers, The Society for News Design and Texas Medical Association, among others.