A small sampling of my work. Still hungry? More here.

Washington City Paper:
I contribute to The Washington City Paper’s Young & Hungry column and blog.

The Many Lives of Dupont’s Iron Gate, One of D.C.’s Oldest Restaurants
Almost every day is throwback Thursday at the revived Iron Gate. The recently reincarnated restaurant has a century’s worth of old photos, menus, and newspaper clippings to prove it… [Young & Hungry]

Inside The World of Competitive Barbecue: “He Got Total Bite-Through!”
So it goes in competitive barbecuing, where emotions run high and passion is expressed both in the food and reactions to winning. To an outsider, this is an insane hobby... [Young & Hungry]

How One Man Reunited With His Vespa at H Street NE’s Vendetta
It sounds like the start of a bad joke: Guy walks into a bar, orders a drink, and sees his old scooter cut in half and hanging on the wall. But that’s exactly what happened to H Street NE resident Tony Zarrella… [Young & Hungry]

I am a contributing writer for Eater.

Know your Soju from your Sohchu
People confuse shochu with Korean soju, not only because they sound alike, but because soju is like the popular, older-brother to shochu… [Eater DC]

Aaron Silverman on Rose’s Luxury’s Frantic First Day
Welcome to One Day In, a riff on Eater’s “One Year In” series, which explores a restaurant’s first day of business. For this edition, Rose’s Luxury’s Aaron Silverman talked to Eater yesterday about how things went on opening night… [Eater DC]

American Journalism Review:
In my fall semester at the University of Maryland, I was a contributing writer for the journalism school’s review, AJR. It’s a digital magazine that covers issues in journalism and digital media.

Is Facebook the Solution to the Obnoxious Comment Plague
19 December 2011
American Journalism Review

Developing Maps for Journalists
10 November 2011
American Journalism Review

Going Long in the Digital Age
10 October 2011
American Journalism Review

For the Online News Association, the Future is Now.
12 September 2011
American Journalism Review

Capital News Service:
In my spring semester at the University of Maryland, I covered state education news and produced interactives for the Capital News Service. Here are some of my reporting projects:

Cyberbullying in Maryland Schools
1 May 2012
Assignment: Build a responsive design website with original reporting. For this project, I developed and built a mobile-friendly site (using Foundation) and then reported on the issue of cyberbullying in Maryland schools. This was a capstone final for my Interactive Design and Development course at Maryland. 

Maryland Schools in the Path of the Purple Line
13 April 2012
Assignment: Using JQuery, build an interactive that compliments a produced story. I customized a JQuery slider to a map, showing schools that may soon be impacted by the construction and development of Maryland’s light rail transit in Prince George’s and Montgomery County.

Live Blog: Discussion with David Simon, Executive Producer of The Wire
1 March 2012
Assignment: Engage directly with an online audience while covering a live event for Capitol News Service. In a two man team, I highlighted and reported on coverage from a talk with David Simon, creator of the television drama series, The Wire.

Catholic Schools See New Life as Public Charter Schools
1 February 2012
Assignment: Use computer assisted reporting (CAR) techniques to gather and sort data to tell a larger public interest story. I obtained property records held by the Archdiocese of Baltimore to report on the number of Catholic schools either sold or leased to third-party organizations. My story was the first to reveal that almost half of all Catholic city schools were converted to public charter or Head Start schools.