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My name is Larry, and I explore how storytelling and visual communications can be used for a more just and sustainable world.

In addition to writing for STEM Lounge, I've written stories for Slate and Vox, and published opinions on The Orlando Sentinel, The Vancouver Sun, and KevinMD. My election map algorithms are featured by Fast Company, and my advocacy work is covered by Gizmodo Japan. At Florida State I studied Studio Art and Biological Science, and at Harvard Medical School I studied how storytelling can be used to impact public health as part of the Media and Medicine program.

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Larry's contributions are featured by TEDx, Fast Company, and Gizmodo Japan, and cited in “Real World Python” (No Starch Press). He has authored and co-authored stories for Slate, Vox, the Toronto Star, Orlando Sentinel, Vancouver Sun, and KevinMD among others. He's an associate alumnus of Harvard Medical School, a "Notable Nole" alumnus of Florida State University, and has served as an invited speaker at HMS, FSU, and USF. He illustrates the sciences for a more just and sustainable world.