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Transparency Series Seminar: Data Visualization with Jeremy White, NYTimes
February 15 @ 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm EST
Maps, charts, and graphs have become an almost essential part of the journalistic practice, as well as the centerpiece of many published pieces. But how can we best incorporate these tools into our investigative process, and how do we design them to be as engaging and insightful as possible? Join us for a conversation with Jeremy White, graphics editor at The New York Times, who will share with us some of the lessons learned and the details behind the crafting of pieces such as the now famous Snow Fall: The Avalanche at Tunnel Creek, and Reshaping New York, and the more contemporary Antarctic Dispatches, See Inside Typhoon Mangkhut and the Times Olympics coverage.
Jeremy White is a graphics editor for The New York Times and an adjunct professor at Columbia University. He has contributed to a variety of visual projects that have earned several Emmy nominations, a Peabody award, and top honors from the Society of News Design, World Press Photo and Pictures of the Year International. Prior to joining the Times, he created motion, interactive and print graphics for the company he founded in 1998, blueshirt, serving clients such as Toyota, Fiat, Sony, and Microsoft.