I put together a bluffer’s guide to whisky for excellent new journalism start-up The Overtake (sponsored by Cooper King, who make whisky and gin).
I compiled the data and wrote the words for this interactive piece about almost everyone on banknotes being a bloke.
I crunched the US traffic data behind this piece for Geotab about the days when the most fatal accidents happen in each state.
I wrote some blog posts for Mendeley Careers attempting to divine productivity advice from the lives and words of notable scientists. N.B. DO NOT SLEEP WITH A JAR OF RADIUM BY YOUR BED, THAT IS NOT GOOD ADVICE.
I crunched 10 years of US traffic data to provide the numbers (and copy) behind this piece about road accidents in the US.
I dug into the last 4 decades of theatrical history to help compile an interactive guide to winning an Olivier Award.
I surveyed real actual people about their ideal dates to help Distilled build a quiz which purports to tell you how much of the internet you’re romantically compatible with. I am not sure with a higher or lower percentage is better.
I wrote some code to scrape samples from 80 years of BBC schedules (and then spent a lot longer manually categorising them) to help Distilled build this interactive guide to the history of the Beeb. Please forward all complaints to the BBC.
I was very slightly involved in this bit of algorithmic art that’s been installed near Paddington – I did some proof-reading to make sure the algorithm didn’t accidentally say anything rude.