Journalist and fixer at the Venezuelan border

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In 2017 I left behind my seat at the Houston Chronicle business desk to try my luck as a freelancer in Colombia. It went well. I´d hoped to live in Venezuela but never got a visa, so I mostly cover the migration crisis from the Colombian borderlands. Feel free to get in touch for any reason.

Hola! Soy Dylan. En 2017 dejé mi puesto con un diario en Houston, Texas para venir a reporter sobre Venezuela. Al principio pensé vivir en Venezuela, pero nunca me dieron visa, así que me quedé en Colombia para estudiar la migración en este país. A veces también publico sobre otras cosas en la política Colombiana.



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Recent work

The aid standoff at the Venezuelan border is a power play. Neither side is budging.

VICE News, Feb. 12, 2019

Maduro Calls U.S. Aid Convoy an Attempt to ‘Humiliate the People’

The Wall Street Journal, Feb. 8, 2019


For decades, Colombia battled leftist guerrillas. Now one is a leading presidential candidate.

The Washington Post, May 23, 2018

Colombia border teems as Venezuelans "without anything" flee crisis

Thomson Reuters Foundation, April 21, 2018


My interview on All Things Considered:

Why are millions fleeing Venezuela? My latest interview on TRT World TV:

My interview on TRT World TV:

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Background in brief

(Click here for a detailed resume)

Media experience

Freelance reporter (current)

Houston Chronicle (2015-2017) 

Business reporter

Politics reporter

Web desk reporter

PolitiFact Texas (2014-2016)

Reporter

Intern reporter

StateImpact Texas (2014)

Intern reporter

The Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas (2014-2015)   

Blogger

Education

The University of Texas at Austin

B.A., Journalism; B.A. Latin American Studies (2014)

Rotary International Youth Exchange

Cordoba, Argentina (2009-2010)

Awards

American Society of Civil Engineers excellence in journalism award (2017) 

Houston Chronicle Editor's Award (2016, 2017) 

Eagle Scout (2009)

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