My name is Feilding Cage and I'm a visual journalist with experience reporting and editing on both sides of the Atlantic.
I spent about eight years at the Guardian in a number of roles from interactive journalist to visual projects editor. Most recently as Visuals Editor, I led a 20-member multidisciplinary team across print and digital with a focus on automating simple charts and locators, implementing the tabloid redesign and restructuring the away from a service desk role.
Previously, I was a supervising interactive developer at AP where I produced live election maps for more than 100 news sites. I was also an interactive designer for TIME.com with a focus on site design and digital graphics for special reports.
I studied journalism at UNC Chapel Hill and media managment at NYU.
Results and analysis for Theresa May's call for a snap general election in 2017
A look at when UK companies stop paying women according to 2017 gender pay gap data
A card-based mobile project that reprojects itself on desktop in a different format
The global persepective of the US healthcare system