I'm an investigative reporter and editor at The Wall Street Journal. Along with Tom McGinty, I run the newspaper's data team, which is a group of reporters who specialize in wrestling large sets of data into compelling narratives.
In 2015, the newspaper's investigative team was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for Investigative Reporting for a series of stories detailing Medicare overbilling and fraud.
I've reported on topics including nation-state hacking campaigns and influence operations, the unintended consequences in the fight against terror-finance, killings by police, doctors who bill Medicare millions for esoteric procedures, insider trading, foreign and domestic elections, stockbrokers and aviation safety. Previously, I was at The Miami Herald, where I worked on several large investigative projects and was significantly more likely to be wearing flip-flops.