washington post

This summer 2019, I’ve had the great pleasure of interning with the Washington Post design team. Working across digital and print, my focus has been on creating interactive experiences that embrace nontraditional storytelling methods.

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The first public reckoning of Eric Garner's death

One of my first projects at the Post was a Google AMP story that uses motion graphics and text in order to briefly summarize a timely news story mobile-first. The Post was one of Google’s first AMP partners and has since revolutionized how the publishing platform delivers the news. Thanks to its nearly instantaneous loading time, the story is able to be delivered quickly with strong visual impact. You can view the story here.


Illustrations for various book reviews for the paper. Archival imagery downloaded from the Library of Congress and New York Public Library.

LEFT: A teenager meets the family she didn’t know existed in ‘A Girl Returned’ by John Domini

RIGHT: In Colson Whitehead’s ‘The Nickel Boys,’ an idealistic black teen learns a harsh reality by Ron Charles