I am a journalist and data visualization expert working at Átlátszó, the first crowdfunded, independent investigative journalism center in Hungary, and head of project of the graphic team ATLO. I create data based, media literacy and digital humanities projects in collaboration with Transparency International Hungary, Center for Independent Journalism Budapest, Mérték Media Monitor, the Asimov Foundation, Central European University, the Open Society Archives and the Association of Hungarian Content Providers.
I am master teacher of journalism and media at the Media Department of Eötvös Loránd Science University, and research fellow and data advisor at the Central European University's Center for Media, Data and Society and serve on the editorial board of Médiakutató, a quarterly scientific journal of Media Studies. I also teach data visualization at Budapest University of Technology and Economics. I got MA degree in media studies and art history. I live in Budapest with my beautiful wife and a baby boy.
Photo credit: Attila Horváth