Work with The Wall Street Journal

I worked at the The Wall Street Journal between 2015-2019 as a jack of all trades– starting as Freelance Video Producer and ending my time there as a Senior Video Journalist. During my time at the WSJ, I reported, edited, produced, narrated, designed and animated videos for daily coverage and long form projects.

I was pivotal in launching WSJ’s Snapchat Channel, and I was one of the key producers for the WSJ’s 2016 election coverage, including on-the-ground coverage at the DNC, RNC and election night 2016. I also pitched and conceptualized several series, including “Draw the Future”, “WSJ Glossary”, and more. 

Featured Work

“Drawing the Future” Series at The Future of Everything Festival

I pitched, conceptualized, coordinated and ran lead edit on a new series for
WSJ’s Future of Everything festival. We interviewed industry leaders like Slack
CEO Stewart Butterfield, Bobbi Brown, and Kimbal Musk— and asked them
to draw their vision of the future of work. 

The Cohen-Arnold Call

I edited and produced the video that broke the Cohen-Arnold story.

When WSJ reporter Ashby Jones came to us with this story, we knew it was perfect for video. I worked directly with Ashby and higher ups to coordinate, produce, edit and animate the content of the phone call on a tight timeline of ~6hrs.

Clips from this video circulated on primetime CNN and NBC News for days onward.

The Meaning of Life According to Google

This was a fully animated piece about Google’s featured snippet that I directed, produced and edited in collaboration with WSJ tech reporter Jack Nicas.

The piece was also re-cut for Snapchat, Instagram, and featured in WSJ’s “Best of” section.

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