I’m a software developer with a particular interest in data visualization and natural language understanding. I started my career at the BBC working in interactive news, then moved to The Guardian to work on data projects like the WikiLeaks cables and the NSA Files. Outside of journalism, I’ve built projects to visualize search data for Google and sports data for the Rio Olympics and Paralympics.
In 2017 I launched AURA (a backronym for ‘A Really Useful App’), an AI assistant for macOS that supports Gmail.
I’m not using much social media, but if you want to talk, e-mail me. I’ll get in touch as soon as I can.