About Me
Hi there! My name is Tiffany and I'm an information designer, turning data into visual narratives for a wide variety of clients.
As a data designer I've had the opportunity to collaborate with some great people, including Scientific American, Fast Company, Popular Science, Quartz and Google and have worked on many different kinds of projects, from making complex processes understandable and live-charting events to telling stories with data and designing data-driven dashboards.
Previously based in Bath, UK, I recently relocated to the beautiful state of Vermont, where I live with my husband (UK coffee tasting champion '13 and '14) and am fuelled by sci-fi and fantasy books, good coffee and hiking. In June 2016 my husband and I also opened our very own specialty coffee shop, Onyx Tonics, which I co-run in the little spare time I have!
Beutler Ink, 2016-Present, Data Designer
Onyx Tonics Coffee Shop, 2016-Present, Co-owner
Freelance, 2011-Present, Data Designer
JESS3, 2011-13, Data Design Director
GDS Publishing, 2009-11, Data Designer
University of Leeds, 2008-09, New Media Workshop Tutor
University of Leeds, 2009, BA New Media (First Class), Minor in Japanese
関西外国語大学, Japan, 2006, Japanese Studies
Best American Infographics, Houghton Mifflin, 2016 (work featured)
Infographic Design in the News, Images Publishing, 2015 (work featured)
Understanding the World, Tacschen, 2014 (work featured)
Designing Data, IdN Extra 07, 2012 (work featured)
Information Graphics, Taschen, 2011 (work featured)
Malofiej Infographics Summit 2017, Silver Award: Sleeping Beauties
Information is Beautiful Awards '14, Shortlist: Aftermarket Education
Information is Beautiful: Human Cost, Silver
Visualising.org: Meteorite Challenge, Honorable Mention
Project Highlights
Google Politics: Live-charting the US Elections
Popular Science: w/ Beutler Ink, Visualising the MOOC landscape
Visualising.org: Plotting meteorite locations
Fast Company: Mapping Girl Talk's "All Day" album
Samsung: SXSW 2012, Designing the UI of their interactive installation