Vocativ

While working at Vocativ, a news website, I created editorial illustrations to accompany news stories of the day. Art direction was provided by Rob DiIeso & Tara Jacoby.

Vocativ

While working at Vocativ, a news website, I created editorial illustrations to accompany news stories of the day. Art direction was provided by Rob DiIeso & Tara Jacoby.

Cutting Down On Salt Is A ‘Best Buy’ To Save Millions Of Lives
Article by: Alasdair Wilkins
For only about a dollar per person, governments could significantly improve global health
Trump, GOP Sweep Gives Push To US Anti-Encryption Bill
by: Kevin Collier

Will a Trump presidency oversee a bill to outlaw secure messaging apps?
Michigan’s Medicaid Expansion Under Obamacare Paid Off In A Big Way
Article by: Alasdair Wilkins

With congressional Republicans and the incoming Trump administration vowing to repeal the Affordable Care Act, one likely victim is the legislation's Medicaid expansion.
Facebook Wants To Help Journalists ‘Improve’ Their Work
Article by: Alejandro Alba

Facebook still won’t call itself a media company, but it is coming closer to dipping its foot in the journalism pool.
Malaria Vaccine Shows Big Promise In First Human Trial
Article by: Alexandra Ossola

10 people who received the vaccine stayed healthy after being bitten by infected mosquitos
Proposed Bill Could Require Teachers To Out LGBT Students
Article by: Jennings Brown

The Tea Party-backed, Ted Cruz endorsed Sen. Konni Burton put forth the proposed measure
Seamless in a Snowstorm: The Data is in, and Our Tipping ... Isn't Great
Article by: Allee Manning 

Do we tip better when weather conditions get bad? Or are we all just abominable snow monsters?
The FTC Wants You To Protect Yourself From Online Ad Tracking
Article by: Kevin Collier
"Tracker blocker" tools are free and keep advertisers from following your browsing habits
Zika Is Flying Into The US—And Airports Have No Way To Stop It​​​​​​​
Article by: Allee Manning 

Almost every single Zika case in the U.S. so far has been contracted overseas and walked through an American airport onto American soil. 
There’s A Fight Over Whether Young Docs Can Work With No Sleep
Article by: Ed Cara

Leading body has enacted a new rule that will let first-year interns work on less sleep
Why Insecure Narcissists Depend On Social Media
Article by: Tracy Clark-Flory

A study finds it's the entitled-but-insecure who rely most on Twitter and Facebook for an ego boost
Richer People Spend Less Time On The Internet
Article by: Allee Manning

A big new study digs into how—and where—we spend time when we go online
Tiny Worms Could Hold The Secret To A Better Sunscreen
Article by: Alasdair Wilkins

A light-absorbing protein in nematodes is 50 times more efficient than one in the human eye
Who Owns Gene Editing? A Winner in High-Stakes Patent Battle Decided
Article by: Ed Cara
MIT, Harvard scientists win 13 disputed patents related to revolutionary technology
American Hate Groups Are Way Better At Twitter Than ISIS: And They Love Donald Trump
Article by: James King


Here's How Facebook Knows Who You Meet in Real Life 
Article by: Alejandro Alba
It may seem like Mark Zuckerburg is personally tracking your every move — but there's another explanation for those creepy friend requests you're getting
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