Tomas is a graduate student at Columbia Journalism School, where he is covering the opioid crisis in New York City, among other topics. He was born in Argentina and moved to the United States at a young age. Tomas has reported on the local, national, and international level in places ranging from Washington, D.C. to Nicaragua and China, where he lived for two years after graduating from Brown University. Tomas began his journalism career as an intern at The Hill and has been freelancing since. He is a member of the National Association of Hispanic Journalists.
Cameras watching people watching pandas 🐼
Teotihua-cán you tell it’s early?
Blue walls, blue feels
The last few weeks have been a bit of a whirlwind and I’m just now having the chance to reflect a bit. I’m so grateful for all of the experiences and opportunities I’ve had over the last year, and for the people who have made it unforgettable. I’ve met some incredibly talented people, and had my day ones behind me all along. Y’all are the true MVPs.
If you live in New York City, odds are you’ve encountered a delivery worker on an electric bike. I’ve spent the last week and a half reporting on how the illegal status of these e-bikes affects delivery workers who are often required by their employers to use them. Like with all reporting, it was a great learning experience, and I’m humbled that the article made it to page one of the @nytinstitute paper. Link to story in bio
BREAKING: I graduated from newspaper school
A two-week stint at this place ain’t bad #nytsji
Roofs are pleasant, especially when it is nice out. I look forward to more rooftop gatherings. #roofs
Part of a piece I produced about the impact of the trade war and Brexit on a small distillery in Brooklyn. Full story on my Vimeo. Link in bio