Harvard Business Review  |  2014–present
• Senior Graphics Editor  |  2019–present
• Senior Information Designer  |  2014–2019
• Information Designer |  2014

The San Diego Union-Tribune  |  2004–14
• Information Graphics Director  |  2011–14
• Information Graphics Editor  |  2008–11
• Senior News Artist  |  2006–08
• News Artist  |  2004–06

The (New Orleans) Times-Picayune  |  2001–04
• News Artist  |  2001–04
• News Artist Intern  |  2001

Other internships:
• The (Portland) Oregonian  |  2000
• The Associated Press, New York City  |  1999

Freelance and part-time:
• inewsource, San Diego  |  2014
• Variety magazine, Los Angeles  |  2014
• The Associated Press, New York City  |  1999–2001
• The Ball State Daily News  |  1996–2001
• The Times-Union, Warsaw, Ind.  |  1993–2001
• The Star Press, Muncie, Ind.  |  1997–99

• Ball State Department of Journalism Young Alumnus Award
• Malofiej International Infographics Award
• Society for News Design Awards
• Press Club of Atlantic City National Headliner Awards
• California Newspaper Publishers Association
• Associated Press California–Nevada
• San Diego Press Club
• Associated Press Louisiana

Ball State University, Muncie, Ind.
• Degree: Bachelor of Arts, Journalism Graphics
• Honors and activities: Admission with Distinction; Presidential Scholarship; Pullman Scholarship; Daily News staffer; Office of Admissions student ambassador

• Apple: Keynote, Numbers, Pages
• Adobe Creative Suite: Illustrator, InDesign, Photoshop, Acrobat Pro
• Microsoft: Excel, PowerPoint, Word
• Other: ArcGIS, Cinema 4D (3D modeling), K4 Publishing, QGIS
• Some experience: Access, D3, Flourish, Highcharts, MapCreator, WordPress, basic HTML and CSS

Detailed work history: LinkedIn



HBR  |  The Big Idea: Engaging Employees
• Engagement Around the World, Charted

HBR  |  The Big Idea: The End of Cybersecurity
Security Trends by the Numbers

HBR  |  September–October 2018 issue
• From Curious to Competent

HBR  |  The Big Idea: The Business of Inequality
• Corporations in the Age of Inequality
• The Inequality Story, in Charts

HBR  |  November–December 2017 issue
• Stop Doubling Down on Your Failing Strategy

HBR  |  The Big Idea: The Drone Economy
• Drones Go to Work

HBR  |  September–October 2017 issue
• Why Do We Undervalue Competent Management?
• Could Your Personality Derail Your Career?

HBR  |  The Big Idea: Good Jobs
• It's Time to Make More Jobs Good Jobs

HBR  |  July–August 2017 issue
• Globalization in the Age of Trump

I am a visual journalist: Equal parts editor, art director, graphics reporter, researcher, data analyst and copy editor. I am also a proficient writer and designer with a sound news judgment. I thrive in collaborative and independent environments and am experienced in breaking news and daily deadline situations.

I appreciate data-driven charts, maps, diagrams, and other visuals, as well as the research and work that goes into their creation.

I'm a big fan of dogs, road trips and football, and I have been known to make a mean doughnut pie chart.

Occasionally, my work is mentioned on blogs and websites related to the field of information graphics. Here's a few:

Charles Apple: A Q&A with the Harvard Business Review’s Matt Perry

Alberto Cairo: Radar graphs: Avoid them (99.9% of the time)

Investigative Reporters and Editors: Boom for McMillin, Bust for City

Stephen Few's Visual Business Intelligence: Pictures of the News: Malofiej 19 in Review

Visual Journalism: Malofiej19 (2011) – The Program is Ready

Graphic Communication Today (2004): Terrifying Tour


Note: I'm not this Matthew Perry.