Hi. I’m a multimedia editor at The New York Times, where I design and code interactive stories from San Francisco, Calif.
A look at how far accused ISIS supporters got with their plans.
For the fourth year in a row, I built our photo and video-rich feature of must-visit destinations.
An audio tour of the chidhood courts of Novak Djokovic, the Williams sisters, Roger Federer and others.
The city that went under in the surging waters of Hurricane Katrina has not returned, not to the way it used to be.
Audio portraits of community leaders who have changed their view on gay marriage.
Everyday New Yorkers tell their story of the city alongside the likes of Sonny Rollins and Ad-Rock. StreetView imagery takes us there.
Miss the Museum of Modern Art’s “Henri Matisse: The Cut-Outs?” Take our wall-to-wall tour.
Video portraits reveal that passwords unlock much more than our accounts.
The United States went to war in Iraq expecting to destroy an active weapons of mass destruction program. Instead, it found only remnants of chemical arms built in close collaboration with the West.
Few collegians work as hard as the U.S. Military Academy’s 786 female cadets. Photographer Damon Winter profiles six.
Slow motion video reveals how Cristiano Ronaldo, Neymar da Silva Santos Jr. and Andrés Iniesta do what they do best.
David Guttenfelder takes us on a journey along the Interoceanic Highway, the first paved route to fully cross South America.
Stunning photos and videos of our editors’ must-visit picks for 2014 is the first big multimedia project on the new Times website.
Dozens of moments captured as Todd Heisler walked the perimeter of Manhattan over the course of one day in August.
An exploration of the complicated relationship Americans have with firearms in this series of intimate, multimedia portraits.
Taking visual cues from graphic novels, we tell the bizarre, real-life story of a seemingly undistinguished cage fighter.
The multimedia-rich story of Russel Baze, the winningest jockey in American history, in words, videos and graphics.
Moving portraits highlight just a few of the hundreds of reader-submitted quiet places in New York City. A map for the rest.
Our editors’ picks of the 46 must-visit travel destinations for 2013 is chock-full of breathtaking professional and reader photos.
"Before and after" panoramas using the Google Maps API with custom imagery to immerse readers into post-tornado Moore.
An interactive audio transcript highlights key moments in the Supreme Court hearings on California’s Proposition 8.
Go behind the scenes of the 2013 Westminster Dog show, where we photographed 143 Best of Breed winners over two days.
Web development, including lead on the mobile experience, for this Pulitzer Prize-winning mixed media narrative about an Avalanche.
A four-part, interactive look at truths, half-truths and context in the 2012 presidential and vice-presidential debates.
A reference by theme of candidates stretching the truth in stump speeches on the 2012 presidential campaign trail.
An interactive graphic of sounds in New York City, with profiles of New Yorkers exposed to varying degrees of harm.
An interactive documentary and Pulitzer finalist on the rise and fall of a NHL enforcer. I received an Emmy nomination for my role.
The 30-something me reached back into the teenage me years to pull together our 20th anniversary of grunge quiz.
Custom WordPress plugins to feed narrative content into a Rails app highlighting stories and data about NYC schools.
I built three hyper-local news sites, and a custom, media-rich WordPress theme to run them, as part of my Ford Foundation grant.
Worked with a student on a proof-of-concept, Django-based site comparing demographic and lifestyle data for 65 Bay Area cities.
We turned a dry Bureau of Transportation Statistic’s dataset into an interactive tool for visitors flying in and out of Las Vegas.
With outside designers and in-house developers, I managed the relaunch of an entertainment site for an edgy alt-weekly.
Managed designers, developers and journalists tasked with re-envisioning a dated news site into a multimedia-rich destination.
Kiosks present multiple first-person perspectives on conservation topics, illustrating the complexity of real-world issues.
Interactive screens allow visitors to explore three stories of Panda science: medicine, reproduction and animal management.