Seth Blanchard

Washington, D.C.

Lead Creative Technologist

Education: Virginia Tech, BS in Mathematics

Seth Blanchard is a creative technologist specializing in emerging technology and experimental storytelling at The Washington Post.
Latest from Seth Blanchard

    After showing its worth during pandemic, momentum builds for free or reduced-fare transit

    Momentum for free and reduced fares have spread in the nation's largest public transportation systems, including Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA), Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) and New York City's Metro Transportation Authority (MTA), during a pandemic that shone a light on the working class and the buses and trains they rode to shifts at supermarkets, convenience stores, takeout restaurants and hospitals.

    May 17, 2021

    Recalling a pandemic year with poetry and machine learning art

    Recalling a pandemic year with poetry and machine learning art: For National poetry month, five poets reflect on the seasons of the pandemic along with machine learning art

    April 22, 2021

      Explore inauguration front pages from The Washington Post archive in 3-D

      Explore inauguration front pages from The Washington Post archive in 3-D

      January 19, 2021

        Experience the sights and sounds of a historic protest in the nation’s capital

        The Post followed five demonstrators through one day and captured 360-degree video of the protests.

        June 9, 2020

        What remains of Bears Ears

        Utah’s politically contentious southeast corner is a living landscape of culture and civilization

        April 2, 2019

        12 seconds of gunfire: The true story of a school shooting

        A powerful virtual reality experience produced by The Washington Post, based on an unforgettable front-page article by 2018 Pulitzer Prize finalist John Woodrow Cox.

        March 6, 2019

        Practice makes perfect: Carve this virtual turkey

        Learn how to carve this year’s Thanksgiving bird with this step-by-step guide using augmented reality.

        November 17, 2018

        A mystery dinosaur in the basement

        This strange skull may have come from a rare dinosaur — or from a Triceratops with an odd nose.

        September 19, 2018

        What?s in a food truck?

        The view from inside a food truck

        May 18, 2018