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This was a feature I wrote for a Newsweek special edition I edited celebrating the career of Harrison Ford. Pretty dope.
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This infographic, which was included in the Newsweek special edition on ISIS that I edited, was the result of a lot of back-and-forth between policy experts and my art department. It shows every country that had joined with the United States to fight the Islamic State, as well as listing what each nation contributed to the fight.
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This feature involved a lot of interviews/research about the costs and risks of preventative health care, and whether early screening for certain cancers actually harms the population's health on the whole.
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This infographic breaks down the tenets of Jeet Kune Do, the martial arts philosophy created by Bruce Lee. It was part of a special edition on the life and legacy of Lee, which (as you can imagine) was a whole lot of fun to work on.
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I've been a big Tolkien geek since I was a little kid, so being placed in charge of a J.R.R. Tolkien magazine for Newsweek made me a happy editor. Even better, I secured an interview with Alan Lee, one of the most talented illustrators of Tolkien's work.
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I managed the content of a number of magazines for Investigation Discovery, my favorite being "Women Who Kill." The bulk of the magazine was made up of stories about infamous female murderers, but the story I'm including here is a feature on accused women found not guilty in a court of law.
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As a tie-in to the show Gold Rush, I managed a magazine for Discovery Communications all about DIY treasure hunting and mining. One of the features I liked best from the magazine was a roundup of different treasure hunting activities around the country that readers could visit.
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I've made more than 20 issues of the official John Wayne magazine....which is a lot of content on one subject. One of the ways I try to freshen things up is by including features in the magazine that allow me to tackle different subjects in a template familiar to the reader. "Cinema Spotlight" has me interviewing an expert on a John Wayne movie, while including memorabilia from the film to create an engaging story for the John Wayne reader.
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In addition to all of the adult-oriented books and magazines I'm in charge of, I also have the pleasure of working with a bunch of children's properties, such as Wild Kratts. It's a show airing on PBS that follows two brothers who teach kids about animals, while constructing sci-fi animal suits. This spread is part of a children's magazine about animal superlatives (such as the fastest or the biggest).
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