About me

Data journalist at swissinfo.ch (Swiss Broadcasting Corporation), data visualisation guru, keen data scientist, nerd journalist, R developer, recovering quant, genetics PhD.
Loves open source, indie music, squash, cooking and IPA. Lives in Lausanne, Switzerland.

Data-driven stories

Are the Swiss too strict about the Dublin accords?

Feb 2017
 
 
 

Which European countries attract the most immigrants?

Migration series, part IV. Featured in Revolution Analytics (Microsoft’s blog on data science). Oct 2016

Are we really facing an unprecedented migrant crisis?
 

Migration series, part III. Sep 2016
 
 
 

With 244 million immigrants in the world, which country has the most?

Migration series, part II. Sep 2016

Defining the 25% foreign population in Switzerland
 

Migration series, part I. Aug 2016
 
 

How countries differ in their sport representation at the Rio Summer Olympics?

Featured in Revolution Analytics. Aug 2016

Finding photographic ‘true love’ in Switzerland
 

Aug 2016
 
 
 
 

The complete history of every No. 1 tennis player

Featured by Edward Tufte. Jul 2016
 

Ageing trends go global

Jun 2016
 
 
 
 

2015: when the wave of migrants reached Europe

Shortlisted for the Information is Beautiful 2016 award in the category data journalism. Dec 2015

Graphics to guide you through the climate talks

Nov 2015
 
 
 

Parliament’s shift to the right, in figures

Swiss Federal elections 2015 analysis. Oct 2015

Making sense of migration: facts and figures

Jul 2015
 
 
 

How direct democracy has grown over the decades

Jun 2015
 

Is Switzerland really the country of bankers?

Featured in FiveThirtyEight’s data journalism weekly roundup. Sep 2014