ANNE DAUGHERTY

visual storyteller

 

ABOUT ME

I am passionate about using investigative, open source, and multimedia visuals to tell stories that matter. I’ve spent about half my life living outside the U.S. in Asia, Africa, and Europe. I speak a few different languages and have worked in civil society and government environments.

I report on public health, human rights, and climate change issues and will graduate from U.C. Berkeley’s Graduate School of Journalism in May 2021. I proudly know a little about a lot. 

 

I've covered stories and visuals from the United States, India, Namibia, Madagascar, the Netherlands, and Germany and my work has appeared in the New York Times, Associated Press, LA Times, and other outlets.

 

Data visualization storymap documenting 1100+ COVID-19 related global attacks on health care workers and facilities. Collaborated with Associated Press Global Investigations team contributing reporting for video and article on attacks on nurses in Nigeria (published March 2021).

After Effects short animation How to Be an Awesome Journalist 
 

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Photo essay of November 2019 UC Berkeley protest at Ann Coulter talk (showcased at BAMPFA Visualizing the World ‘20 showcase February 2020)
 

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