Ryan Menezes joined the Los Angeles Times in 2013. He primarily conducts analyses for reporting projects as a hand with the Data Desk while writing about a multitude of topics. Occasionally, he will post scripts written in R or Python to GitHub. Menezes studied statistics at UCLA, where he also wrote editorials and covered various sports for the student newspaper in between games of pick-up basketball.
Joe Fox is a former graphics and data journalist at the Los Angeles Times; he left in 2018. Previously, he worked at the Fairbanks Daily News-Miner in Fairbanks, Alaska. His interests include tacos, baseball, computer-generated art and Twitter bots. Fox is a Cleveland native and attended Ohio University.
Eben McCue created animated content for the Los Angeles Times. McCue, a motion graphics artist, previously worked in Vancouver on a television series. A growing interest in infographics drew him to The Times, where he explored the potential of animated journalism. McCue graduated from Massachusetts College of Art in 2013 with a BFA in animation; he left The Times in February 2017.