Hello! I’m Jack, a weather science data reporter with the San Francisco Chronicle.
I’m part of the California Weather Wonks, a small but mighty team dedicated to explaining the how and why behind weather in the S.F. Bay Area and California.
My path to science journalism has taken a few twists and turns. I earned a Ph.D. in molecular biology at Princeton Unversity and worked as a data engineer before completing the science communication program at UC Santa Cruz. Since then, I’ve written about a variety of science topics, from dinosaur eggs to heat waves to cancer prevention, through internships and as a freelancer.
Now, I’m excited to have the opportunity to dive into datasets and talk with scientfic experts, to share the fascinating story of Bay Area weather!
SF Chronicle, Jan. 31, 2024
Satellite images show strong California storm spiraling over Pacific Ocean.
SF Chronicle, Jan. 24, 2024
Photos show ‘amazing’ Bay Area sunrises and sunsets. Here’s why they’ve looked so incredible lately.