Graham Roberts is a Senior Editor in Graphics at The New York Times, producing a wide range of visual journalism projects as part of the NYT Graphics group. Most recently his work has focused on new approaches in video, motion graphics, and immersive storytelling, while building a team to innovate in this area.
His work has been recognized by the Emmy's, the Society of News Design, Malofiej, the Online News Association, the Webby's, POYI, the Cooper Hewitt National Design Awards, the Peabody Awards, the Scripps Howard Awards and the Pulitzer Awards.
Graham also teaches motion graphics for journalism at the CUNY Journalism School, and occasionally speaks at schools and conferences — most recently in Chicago, Ljubljana, Austin, and Amsterdam.
He studied in the Digital Media Design program at the University of Pennsylvania — an interdisciplinary concentration focusing on the intersection of art and technology — earning a Bachelors Degree in Science and Engineering.
He lives in Brooklyn with his wife, Jessica Ferri, a writer and operatic soprano.