Here is a collection of my favorite projects. For more work examples, please email me.
Sept. 14, 2015, The Boston Globe
Massachusetts' farming industry appears to be stabilizing after years of decline, in part due a wave of new, younger farmers.
Aug. 12, 2015, The Boston Globe
At least 13 people have been killed while bicycling on city streets in the last five years, ranging in age from 8 to 74.
June 20, 2015, The Boston Globe
Despite the latest technology and a new private operator, many Boston public school buses are regularly arriving at schools late, according to a Globe analysis.
May 28, 2015, The Boston Globe
Across the state, the one-day marriage designation, which grants nonclergy the right to officiate at a wedding and sign a marriage license, is growing in popularity.
April 20, 2015, The Boston Globe
The number of “license to carry” gun permits issued in Massachusetts spiked in 2014 in anticipation of the passage of sweeping gun control legislation.
June 5, 2014, The Boston Globe
A Globe analysis shows that the majority of Mass. municipalities pay more into the lottery’s local aid fund than they get back as aid, including 58 where the median household income is below the state average.
Young adults make up a third of Boston’s population, and more in Somerville and Cambridge. They are making one of America’s oldest cities young. This series looks at Greater Boston’s increasingly influential young adult population — “Generation Boston” — and its challenges, concerns, and contributions.
Dec. 1, 2014, The Boston Globe
Boston is home to the largest proportion of young adults of any major US city, passing famously young cities such as Austin and Washington.
Dec. 1, 2014, The Boston Globe
With its dozens of college and universities, Boston has long been a youthful city. But more and more, young adults are deciding to stay in the Boston area — or move here — after graduation.
Dec. 10, 2014, The Boston Globe
Despite the exodus of half of its student population each year, Boston may not have an issue with “brain drain” at all because the city remains able to attract and retain young workers.
Feb. 10, 2015, The Boston Globe
A quarter of the residents of Roxbury, Dorchester, and Mattapan are between the ages of 20 and 34.
Feb. 14, 2015, The Boston Globe
About 83 percent of young Bostonians have never been married, are widowed, or are divorced, according to the US Census.
Feb. 26, 2015, The Boston Globe
Sending in a mortgage check instead of a rent check each month is a goal for many Boston millennials, but fewer are meeting that goal than their peers across the nation.
Online Special Projects
April 20, 2013, Boston.com
A data-driven tool to help you find the ideal Massachusetts communities for your needs.
Sept. 4, 2012, Erie Times-News
Erie, with its low cost of living and easily navigable downtown, proves an ideal destination for refugees. The yearly influx of refugees into Erie increased by nearly 800 percent between 2003 and 2012.
August 2011, News21 Fellowship
Billions of philanthropic dollars are spent each year to assuage the budget shortfalls of the nation’s urban school districts.
Real-time and social reporting
April 15 to 20, 2013, Boston.com
During the Boston Marathon bombings and their aftermath, I participated in the Globe's and Boston.com live blog coverage.
Features and multimedia storytelling
Sept. 14, 2013, The Boston Globe
After years of training at ballet schools across the country, the dancers have come here to participate in an apprenticeship of sorts as members of the Boston Ballet’s second company.
May 29, 2013, The Boston Globe
The 24-year-old artist Laura Meilman plans to visit and draw each of the MBTA’s 121 subway and streetcar stations and their environs.
Feb. 24, 2010, KPCC
The six "fitness zones" installed at South Los Angeles parks increased park usage by 300 to 400 percent, said the city's parks department.