I am a Toronto-based designer and front-end web developer working across data visualization, mapping and editorial design.
I currently work at The Toronto Star, Canada’s largest newspaper. As a designer on The Stars data visualization team, I design maps, interactive graphics and custom editorial experiences for The Stars digital platforms.
In the past, I have collaborated on art projects at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Detroit, the Ryerson Image Centre, and at Xpace Cultural Centre. I received my Bachelors of Design from OCAD University in 2014.
The habitable range of Caribou in 2080.
The habitable range of the Boreal chickadee in 2080.
The habitable range of Moose in 2080.
The habitable range of the Bombus Affinis bee comparing data from 1901–1974 with data from 1999–2010.
The habitable range of the Bombus Pensylvanicus bee comparing data from 1901–1974 with data from 1999–2010.
PROCESS WORK: Original raster map of the Caribou's habitable range from the PLoS One Journal.
PROCESS WORK: Reprojected the coordinate reference system and added a terrain texture.
PROCESS WORK: Changed the colour scheme and opacity of the coloured areas to better denote their meaning.
PROCESS WORK: Image treatment.
PROCESS WORK: Type exploration.
PROCESS WORK: Mobile user interface mockups.
PROCESS WORK: Colour exploration.
PROCESS WORK: Mobile and desktop mockups.
Parliament in Check
PROCESS WORK: User interface mockups of text feeds, party results and a preliminary mobile dashboard.
PROCESS WORK: Election branding for Instagram stories.
PROCESS WORK: Mockup of desktop user interface with party results, text feeds, stacked bar and interactive map.
Ontario Votes 2018
In the Air, Tonight