A graphics/multimedia editor with Special Projects at The New York Times .
Previously the digital news design fellow , she designs, art directs, and develops interactives and feature articles* to tell visual stories:
- Led the creative direction, interaction design, and development for 52 Places for a Changed World , the Travel desk’s annual list of places to go.
- Edited and designed a photo essay about Olmsted's Public Parks .
- Reported on the Tokyo and Beijing Olympics, covering swimming, running and figure skating, and produced data-driven animations  live(!) for live blogs , social media , and homepage.
- Produced photo-driven longform stories about the Protectors of Congo’s Peatlands  ...
- ... and the Profits from Scotland's Bogs .
- Designed charming video interactions in What Matters in a Name Sign? .
- Revealed a range of Asian American voices in How It Feels to Be Asian in Today’s America .
- Designed a series about Chronic Pain , ,  to be quietly beautiful.
Graduated from Carnegie Mellon Univ. with a degree in communication design and a minor in professional writing:
- Created a book  and website  about critical issues in design by parsing and analyzing 2700+ written responses from the 2019 AIGA Design Census.
- Designed a mobile field guide app  for insect identification, and other digi-tech-citizen-science things with Macroinvertebrates.org .
- Working with amazing collaborators and using other people’s money*, built a nano museum  for her senior capstone, and fabricated a fashion-light-art-installation named zoöid .
- Also designed the booklet  for Lunar Gala: Yesterday, the fashion show that zoöid closed as the finale in February 2020, right before the onset of the pandemic in the U.S.
Pre-2022 Website