Experience

Apple
Designer
2020

The Wall Street Journal
Photo Editor
2014 – 2018

The Daily Beast
Photo Editor
2010 – 2014

The New York Times
Photo Editor
2004 – 2009
Education

Carnegie Mellon University
MA, Design, 2021
MPS, Design, 2022

University of North Carolina 
at Chapel Hill
BA, Journalism

The Wall Street Journal

Photo Editor
September 2014 – March 2018

My role leading photo coverage of the 2016 U.S. presidential election was the defining experience of my time at the Journal.  I spent three years embedded in the U.S. news team planning and editing photo shoots, in collaboration with photojournalists and writers, to document the changing American political landscape and share voter stories.

Photographs by Stephanie Strasburg for The Wall Street Journal

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Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump Eye Pennsylvania Prize

The state, typically won by Democrats, is crucial to this year’s presidential campaign




Photographs by Sandy Huffaker and Kyle Green for The Wall Street Journal  

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For Refugees, Tears and Relief

Hundreds of refugees arrive in U.S. as legal status of Trump’s immigration ban creates uncertainty





Photographs by Noah Addis, Alex Boerner, Ryan Donnell, Ricky Rhodes and Josh Ritchie for The Wall Street Journal

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The Voters in a Changing Nation

Results of the presidential election will draw a new picture of the political landscape




Photographs by T.J. Kirkpatrick for The Wall Street Journal

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Slideshow: Highlights of the Democratic National Convention 2016







Photographs by T.J. Kirkpatrick for The Wall Street Journal

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Slideshow: Highlights of the Republican National Convention 2016





Photographs by Michelle Gustafson for The Wall Street Journal





Photographs by Jeff Swensen for The Wall Street Journal  

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The Town That Can’t Do Without Refugees

Donald Trump’s decision to curb number of refugees admitted to U.S. could hurt cities like Erie, Pa., where employers worry economic progress will stall