I am a reporter and developer at the Tampa Bay Times,
working under the data and investigations team.
I report stories, analyze data, develop news applications, design digital presentations,
and occasionally take photographs.
I’ve reported on a power plant accident that burned five to death,
the starkly different circumstances in which black and white people are shot by police
, the decades-old flooding problems in Florida’s largest city, and more.
Before pursuing journalism, I was a technology analyst with the Corporate & Investment
Bank at J.P. Morgan & Chase.
Feel free to reach me at [email protected]. Most
of my code is hosted on GitHub.
I share things I find interesting on Twitter.
Hellfire from above: Tampa Electric knew the procedure was dangerous. It sent workers in anyway.
Unarmed. Not wearing a seatbelt. Running away. Police are more likely to shoot if you’re black.
The city that never drains: A weak hurricane could drown Jacksonville. Will its leaders protect it in time?
A matter of miles: How the slightest shift kept Hurricane Irma from turning into an even worse disaster
‘I’ll kill you’: Threats and violence from the school workers who may soon carry guns
The Stories: We found 827 people shot by police in Florida. Here’s how to browse our database.
TECO accounts for nearly half of Florida power plant deaths, data shows