INTERNATIONAL REPORTING/ WEB DOCUMENTARY
Phones stolen on American streets can end up in pockets thousands of miles away. In Brazil, where a legal iPhone has the world's highest price tag, a smartphone black market has emerged to satisfy demand for the device.
Kaiser Permanente has been held up as a national model for healthcare, but critics contend that it routinely fails to adequately serve patients with mental health problems. *Winner of SF Press Club Greater Bay Area Journalism Award for Best Series
INTERACTIVE MULTIMEDIA JOURNALISM
In-depth multimedia project that combines video, animation, text and data visualization in an immersive package that explores the rise of cellphone theft and how the devices are being sold abroad. * Nominated for 2016 News & Documentary EMMY
DATA REPORTING/ INTERACTIVE JOURNALISM
To whom does San Francisco's oldest neighborhood belong? The Chronicle spent eight months in the heart of the Mission documenting the changes faced by those who call this neighborhood home.
Selected Visualizations from project exploring the impact of the proposed Nicaragua Canal.