Javier Zarracina is the Graphic Editor at Vox.com since 2015, creating graphics, interactives, motion graphics videos and all forms of visual storytelling for all Vox platforms.
He is also the Motion Graphics Director at Electric Ivy, where he creates motion graphics for documentaries and explanatory video. Integrate photography, 3D graphics and illustration. Creates multimedia installations for museums and events.
Previously he was the Data and Graphics Editor at Los Angeles Times, where his work was to coordinate and coach work of Data Visualization department, including researching and creating information graphics, interactives and motion graphics for newspaper and website. Collaborate with newsroom to identify priorities for visual storytelling. Liaison with sections and platforms and edit daily and project print and multimedia graphics.
Previously he was the Graphic Director of The Boston Globe since 2007.
Before, Javier was Graphic Director at El Correo in Bilbao, Spain, Graphic Director for the regional newspapers of Vocento, Spain, and Deputy Graphics Director at the San Jose Mercury News in Silicon Valley, California.
Additionally, Javier has consulted working with the graphic teams of several international publications and is a frequent speaker in the field of information graphics.
Javier contributes as freelance graphic artist and illustrator for several publications.
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- Javier Zarracina