Jonathan Corum is the science graphics editor at The New York Times and founder of 13pt, an information design studio.
He strives for the clear, simple presentation of complex information, with an emphasis on crisp and elegant visual explanations.
He has designed more than 1,000 graphics for the Times, which have won 19 awards from the Society for News Design and a dozen medals from the international Malofiej competition, including Best in Show.
Previously, Jonathan was a senior designer at Font Bureau and Interactive Bureau. He graduated from Yale College with a degree in Art and East Asian Studies.
A former student of Edward Tufte, he has lectured with E.T. at See, Think, Design, Produce, a series of workshops on information design and design thinking.
He holds a Yondan (4th dan) in Musō Shinden-ryū iaidō, and is an instructor at the Japanese Swordsmanship Society.
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