I'm an interactive graphics editor at The Washington Post, where I make graphics that tell stories at the intersection of politics and economics. I'm also a guest lecturer at the University of Missouri, where I teach parts of the graphics classes that helped start my career. I'm a big fan of the NICAR community. Even though I love maps, I gave a talk called the end of maps, in seven charts at the 2015 conference. I also worked at the Tampa Bay Times (you may know it as the St. Petersburg Times) and completed a summer fellowship at The Poynter Institute.