Hello, World!

I'm a digital news developer for PBS NewsHour in Arlington, Va., located a few miles from the Potomac River and Washington D.C.

My job is a mix of data journalism and web development, while working in a newsroom that feeds a nightly news broadcast as well as a website. I work on the latter, developing and designing content for the website.

Before my current job, I interned at The Chronicle of Higher Education and Minnesota Public Radio in a similar capacity.

Aside from work experience, I have a degree in computer science from the University of Minnesota, which I earned while I was writing for the school newspaper, covering science and technology.

Speaking of Minnesota (my beloved home state), I'm also the editor of Gold and Gopher, a University of Minnesota Gopher blog that has its content featured on SI.com.

Want to hire me for a freelance gig? Shoot me an email. In the meantime, check out my GitHub or follow me on Twitter.