Since 2005, I’ve worked on a variety of collaborative online journalism projects involving audio, photos, and visualized data.
ONLINE DATABASES FOR THE DAILY TELEGRAPH:
UK Political Database
A clearinghouse for facts on the UK General Election of 2010. They built the graphics and the page, we loaded it with data.
History of the House of Commons
Who did what in Parliament from 1885 to 2005. They built the graphics and the page, we loaded it with data.
AUDIO INTERVIEWS AND ONLINE DATABASES FOR MOTHER JONES MAGAZINE:
Audio: Ozomatli Become US Ambassadors
Ozomatli band member Ulises Bella talks politics
Audio: The Torture Playlist
Justine Sharrock explains how the Meow Mix jingle, Neil Diamond, and the Barney theme song all lend themselves to “no-touch torture”
Audio: Semiautomatic for the People
Mother Jones checks out America’s gun scene
Audio: Henry Rollins as Post-Punk Pundit
The former Black Flag singer walks a fine line between supporting the troops and hating the war
Interactive Database: US Military Presence Worldwide
Where the US military is, and what they’re doing there.
They built the graphics and the page, we loaded it with data.
AUDIO SLIDESHOWS FOR POP AND POLITICS:
Mental Martial Arts
The philosophy of chess, according to hip hop icon RZA
King of the Dorks
Frank Portman gets inspiration from his East Bay punk rock roots
PODCASTS FOR POP AND POLITICS:
Climate change, and the frogs who are living with it
The Hyphy Movement
Why the Bay Area is going dumb with their thizz face on
Why we love to hate it, and hate to love it