I make maps and other things.

About Me

I am excited by opportunities to collect and utilize geospatial and programmatic data to empower decision-makers.

I want to leverage technology and develop my skills to address the fascinating challenges in disseminating information to improve the effectiveness and accountability of humanitarian programs.

I'm currently working for the Red Cross and supporting their international programs and disaster response activities. My current interests include using code to make things do things, DIY drones for mapping, mobile data collection using POSM, node.js web applications, D3.js, Mapillary, and OpenStreetMap.


Some of the maps I've made.


Some of the web things I've made.

Stories from Nepal

An interactive interface to read stories from those affected or working to help in the aftermath of the Nepal earthquakes. This piece was embedded on the American Red Cross and IFRC websites.

Imagery viewer

A viewer for drone and Mapillary imagery collected in project areas for Tindog Tabang Leyteño, a Typhoon Haiyan recovery program in the Philippines. There is a Missing Maps blog post about the imagery.

Yolanda recovery

An interactive map and table to explore the data by sector and area on recovery accomplishments after Typhoon Yolanda, known internationally as Haiyan.

Village survey

A simple search and map to explore the data from a survey of villages.

Health facility recovery

An interactive map to show the planned assistance to health facilities in Leyte and Samar after Typhoon Haiyan.

Haiyan mapfolio

A searchable repository of map products made for the response in the Philippines to Typhoon Haiyan in November 2013.

Nepal maps

A searchable repository of map products made for the response in Nepal to the earthquakes in 2015.