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I'm a New York City-based writer, cartographer and historian. I'm fascinated by how data visualizations - like maps - influence how we perceive the world around us.  My work has been featured in the New York Times, the New Yorker, the Guardian, Vice, and Atlas Obscura, among other places

My debut book, The Lost Subways of North America: A Cartographic Guide to the Past, Present and What Might Have Been, is based on my acclaimed cartographic series of the same name. I went to UC Berkeley and NYU Law School; when I'm not writing or designing maps, I have a day job as a lawyer.

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