Data scientist, cartographer, designer
I’m a Northern Virginia native, currently living in Reston. I graduated from the University of Chicago in 2019 with a B.S. in statistics.
As a geography and data nerd, I make maps in my free time, inspired by the world around me – whatever happens to be on my mind. Every now and then a map of mine becomes popular and gets publicity. Those interested can see my work or get in touch through this website.
I’ve also written a few Quora answers, some of them quite in-depth. I made this site to consolidate my maps, answers, and other creative output.
Since graduation, I’ve been working as a freelancer and consultant on a number of mapping and data projects. I am especially interested in transportation networks. If I can help you with your spatial data or mapping needs, I’d love to hear about it! Here is my resume.
How to reach me:
Aug 2018 — Traveler España, “Este es el mapa de las principales calzadas romanas de Europa”
Aug 2018 — My Modern Met, “Ancient Roman Roads in Italy Transformed Into Modern Subway Map”
Jan 2018 — UChicago Magazine, “Maps and legends”
Aug 2017 — The Guardian, “Bored of London-centric Britain? Blame the Romans and their roads”
Aug 2017 — Business Insider, “The Roman Empire’s roads in transit map form”
Jul 2017 — Atlas Obscura, “A Very Modern Map of Britain’s Ancient Roman Roads”
Jun 2017 — Mental Floss, “Designer Reimagines the Roads of the Roman Empire as a Subway Map”
Jun 2017 — Open Culture, “Ancient Rome’s System of Roads Visualized in the Style of Modern Subway Maps”
Jun 2017 — Colossal, “The Roman Empire’s 250,000 Miles of Roadways Imagined as a Subway Transit Map”
Jun 2017 — Vice, “The Roads of the Roman Empire as a Subway Map”
Jun 2017 — Reader’s Digest, “The Romans Built Over 250,000 Miles of Roads. It Looks Insane as a Modern Day Subway Map.”
Jun 2017 — Gizmodo, “What The Roads Of Ancient Rome Would Look Like As A Modern Transit Map”
Jun 2017 — Big Think, “A Tube-style Map of Roman Roads”
Jun 2017 — Popular Mechanics, “This Map Reimagines the Roman Empire With Subways”
Jun 2017 — Designboom, “Statistics student turns the roman empire’s ancient roads into a subway map”
Jun 2017 — Inverse, This 20-Year-Old Designs Some of the Internet’s Best Maps
Jun 2017 — Citylab, “A Fantasy Subway Map of Ancient Roman Roads”
Dec 2016 — Citylab, “America’s Love of Sprawl Starts Right at the Border”
Feb 2016 — Citylab, “A Judgmental ‘Urban Dictionary’ Map of San Francisco”
Feb 2015 — Vox, “Map: How much snow it takes to cancel school in each state”
Oct 2014 — Huffington Post Canada, “If Canada Had 36 Provinces, It Might Look Like This”
Feb 2014 — Pew Research Center, “Chart of the Week: How metro areas drive the U.S. economy”
Feb 2014 — Washington Post, “Map: The most popular languages (other than the obvious English and Spanish)”
Feb 2014 — Washington Post, “The case for big cities, in one map”
Feb 2014 — Business Insider, “MAP: These 7 Tiny Orange Splotches Are Responsible For A Quarter Of US GDP”
Jan 2014 — The Atlantic, “Map: ‘How Much Snow It Typically Takes to Cancel School in the U.S.’”