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      I supplied the DotCom division of Fox News with information and quotes to supplement the broadcast coverage of the University of Missouri protests. My work was featured in this Fox News story.

    This web story accompanied my investigation of Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon's clemencies. I created multiple interactive graphics to embed within the roughly 3,000-word article. It was published on KOMU-TV's website on 12/21/2016.

    This is the web portion of my investigation into the City of Columbia's buses. I created various interactive graphics to embed within the story. It was published on 05/25/2016.

    A law firm that has investigated sexual harassment claims at major companies (CBS News, WPP, The Metropolitan Opera, etc.) is now facing similar allegations itself. Does this create conflicts of interest? I pitched in research for this NBC News piece.

   I wrote thousands of words on what I wish I knew when I started creating 360-degree videos. I wrote a three-part series on what I took away after months of testing the Ricoh Theta S, a 360-degree camera, and publishing videos on various news websites. The first part discusses shooting tips. It was posted by the technology website "Tom's Hardware" on 04/13/17.

    This piece was the second part of my recommendations for how to create 360-degree videos. Here, I talked about time-tested methods of how to edit 360-degree footage and post-production tips. It was promulgated by the technology website "Tom's Hardware" on 04/14/17.

    This article was the third in my how-to guide about best methods to create 360-degree videos. This section delved into the best publishing platforms for the medium. It was distributed by the technology website Tom's Hardware on 04/15/17. 

    I wrote a feature story about some of the people behind the scenes of high school sports. This was published by The "Howard County Times," an entity of "The Baltimore Sun," on 02/10/13.

     Above is a sports feature I wrote about Hannah Mansbach, a running phenom headed to the University of Maryland to run cross country. This was published by "The Howard County Times," an entity of "The Baltimore Sun," on 05/20/13.