Feilding Cage is a visual journalist with experience reporting and editing on both sides of the Atlantic.

As a visual editor at Thomson Reuters, Feilding works on investigative and enterprise stories across the global news file.

Previously, he held several roles at the Guardian based in New York City and London. Most recently as Visuals Editor, Feilding led a 20-member multidisciplinary team covering breaking news, many elections, and the then-biggest data leaks in history. He oversaw visuals for all formats of the Guardian and the Observer.

At the Associated Press, Feilding produced midterm election maps that appeared on more than 100 news sites and also produced the agency's first html-based graphics which documented operations to capture bin Laden. He also worked at TIME magazine.

At Malofiej in 2015, his lecture, "Eat dessert first," explored how his love of all things sweet influences how he approaches his work.

Feilding studied journalism at UNC Chapel Hill and media managment at NYU.


Pulitzer Prize for Explanatory

Looking at the legal doctrine that protects cops who kill

Pulitzer Prize for International Reporting

Erasing the Rohingya from Myanmar

Pulitzer Prize for Public Service

NSA leaks by Edward Snowden


Beyond the border


NSA files: decoded


Gold (1), Silver (3), Bronze (6)


2 projects

World Press Photo

Interactive documentary (2nd place)

One World media

Digital Media

Data Journalism Award

Data driven storytelling

a few favorite projects ...

UK general election

Results and analysis for Theresa May's call for a snap general election in 2017

Gender pay gap

A look at when UK companies stop paying women according to 2017 gender pay gap data

A river rising

A card-based mobile project that reprojects itself on desktop in a different format

How does the US healthcare system compare?

The global persepective of the US healthcare system

... and others you may recognize