Neil Bedi

I am a reporter and developer at the Tampa Bay Times, working under its data and investigations team. I’m interested in all aspects of investigative storytelling in the digital age.

Previously, I was a software developer in the Corporate & Investment Bank at JP Morgan where I built enterprise web applications.

Before that, I first put journalism and technology together at UCLA where I studied Computer Science as an undergrad and worked at the student-run Daily Bruin. Most notably, I was the photojournalist for the 2015 Bridget O’Brien Scholarship project and started a data and technology blog as the first Bruin Data Editor.

In my spare time, I work with dynamically generated podcasts, public newsroom analytics and contribute to open source projects like agate, a data analysis library built for humans instead of machines.

How to contact me

Feel free to reach me at [email protected]. Most of my code is hosted on GitHub. I share things I find interesting on Twitter.