Gabriel Dance © Gabriel Dance
Gabriel Dance is a journalist and editor working at the forefront of digital news.
He began his career in 2006 at The New York Times, eventually serving as chief multimedia producer. After more than four years creating award-winning projects, Dance left the Times to help launch the iPad-only news source, The Daily, as art director for news.
Dance joined The Guardian as interactive editor in 2012. Based in New York City, he helped launch the Guardian US, building a graphics team that garnered awards and recognition for interactive storytelling. He has won two Emmy awards for new approaches to digital storytelling, and was part of a group of journalists who won the 2014 Pulitzer Prize for Public Service for coverage of widespread secret surveillance by the National Security Agency.
Dance is currently a managing editor for The Marshall Project, a non-profit investigative journalism startup focusing on crime and punishment in the United States.