MULTIMEDIA

 

INTERACTIVE & DATA

August 31 2020 

Published in The Aspen Times and in Aspen Journalism

 

As summer tourism spiked in the Aspen area last month, so did the number of visitors and residents of neighboring counties who tested positive in Pitkin County for COVID-19.

I worked with another journalist in the reporting process. I collected the data, analyzed it, created charts and graphs. 

2020-21

Published in Aspen Journalism

 

Data project on the spread of COVID-19 in the Roaring Fork Valley (Colorado) for Aspen Journalism.

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May, 25 2019 

 

In May 2019, the Health and Human Services Secretary, Alex Azar, announced that pharmaceutical companies would have to disclose drug prices in their TV commercials by the end of the summer. The goal: curbing drug prices. This story focuses on how much pharmaceutical companies have spent over time on TV ads—and on the consequences of these commercials on drug prices. 

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May 17, 2019

 

NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio announced a $10-billion project to build a seawall along the Lower Manhattan coast and to add offshore land to protect the island from sea level rise and flooding. But Manhattan is not the only borough in danger; the entire coastline of New York City is threatened by sea level rise. 

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April 2, 2019

 

In November 2018, the Redhawk Native American Arts Council performed in traditional outfits in front of a young audience at the Children's Museum of the Arts in Manhattan. Four months later, the Thunderbird American Indian Dancers planned a storytelling event to celebrate their indigenous heritage and culture.

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May 18, 2018

 

The New York State Governor Andrew M. Cuomo announced in April 2018 a statewide ban on single-use plastic bags. Critics from the plastic bag industry immediately rose, but what are the actual consequences of a plastic bag ban on the economy? 

Infographics Made for Multimedia and Data Class Assignments

 
 

WRITING CLIPS

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September 7, 2020 

Published in The Aspen Times and in Aspen Journalism

 

Ranchers were left with a backlog of cattle earlier this year when meatpacking plants had to close or slow production due to COVID-19 outbreaks among employees and public health orders forced restaurants to shut down indoor dining. They are now facing the compounding challenge of a drought.

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August 31 2020 

Published in The Aspen Times and in Aspen Journalism

 

As summer tourism spiked in the Aspen area last month, so did the number of visitors and residents of neighboring counties who tested positive in Pitkin County for COVID-19.

I worked with another journalist in the reporting process. I collected the data, analyzed it, created charts and graphs. 

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August 14, 2020 

Published in the Santa Maria Times

 

When Cuyama Valley students go back to school Monday they'll put down their pens and start typing on their keyboards, despite a lack of reliable internet connection in the remote farming region.

June 29, 2020 

Published in The Aspen Times and in Aspen Journalism 

 

Roaring Fork Valley residents flocked to Pitkin County’s open space properties and trails this spring after the lifts stopped in mid-March and after being told to recreate closer to home to prevent the spread of COVID-19, leading to an increase in “enforcement contacts” with rangers.

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January 21, 2020

Published in California Health Report

 

Apple users are the only ones who can access their health records on their phones. CommonHealth, a new app for Android users, wants to change that and tackle health disparities in the process.

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October 29, 2019

Published in Oakland North

 

When Oakland Fire Department (OFD) Captain Christopher Foley and his coworkers learned that one of them had been killed in a San Jose shooting, not long after 36 people died in the Ghost Ship warehouse fire, they needed help—and found it in the department’s peer support program.

 

SOCIAL MEDIA JOURNALISM

INSTAGRAM FOR THE YEARS PROJECT

Wildlife and Ecosystem

Heritage

Livelihoods and Resilience

 

ARTICLES EN FRANÇAIS 

For three years, I wrote stories for the French student website, Jollies Magazine, on arts, culture, and fashion. 

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November 10, 2016/ 10 novembre 2016

Jollies Magazine

 

À l'occasion de la sortie de son nouveau livre, Le Premier Miracle, Gilles Legardinier détonne avec une intrigue différente, mais aussi l'annonce d'un nouvel éditeur. Rencontre avec le romancier.

This story written in French features an interview with a French writer upon the publication of his new book. 

Co-écrit avec Cassie Godin/ Co-written with Cassie Godin

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May 23, 2016/ 23 mai 2016

Jollies Magazine

 

Le week-end du 20 mai 2016 était pour LVMH l'occasion de lancer ses « Journées particulières ». Au programme : près de 40 maisons de luxe, situées en France et en Europe, ouvraient leurs portes aux visiteurs. La rédaction de Jollies a pu partir à la découverte de Dior et de Givenchy et vous invite dans les coulisses de ces deux maisons de couture.

This story written in French showcases how Dior and Givenchy clothes are created and made.