I’m a freelance journalist covering public health and the environment in the Pacific Northwest. I enjoy telling stories that send me deep into scientific research and to sources who no other journalist has spoken to. I have covered climate change adaptation, aquaculture, wildlife management, and pollution.
My work has appeared in Scientific American, CityLab, the Los Angeles Times, Hakai, Ensia, Medscape, Anthropocene Magazine, Fatherly, Spectrum, and Crosscut.
I have a master’s degree in Science, Health and Environmental Reporting from New York University. Before launching my freelance business in 2018, I interned at Spectrum and Scholastic, writing science news stories and features.
Aside from reporting and writing, I help shape other people’s stories as a developmental editor and fact-checker. I am also the producer of The Writers’ Co-op, a podcast for freelance creatives.
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