Widely known for co-founding Vox Media's eponymous technology-based website. He helped to co-launch the site in April 2014, which was also when he authored his first article for the publication.
He graduated from Harvard University with his degree in social and political philosophy. While a student there, he wrote for the renowned Harvard Crimson student publication.
In 2010, he was named one of the five rising stars under 25 by Politics Daily. He helped co-create The Washington Post's Know More viral blog, for which he earned the publication's 2013 Publisher's Award.
His father Jim founded the FTP client Fetch.
He co-founded Vox.com with former Washington Post co-worker Ezra Klein.