I’m a writer, reporter, and visual journalist based in Brooklyn. Originally from the beautiful hills of western Massachusetts, I now cover cities: government, infrastructure, housing, social services, activism, and culture.

I love seeking out the human stories that connect us to the places we call home. Read some select clips here.

My career began at the PBS NewsHour, where I was a politics reporter and producer. I focused largely on criminal justice, policing, and the courts. Nowadays, I shoot and edit my own stuff. You can watch some of my national broadcast work and digital shorts here.

I’ve covered theater at DCistwritten features for the Philadelphia Inquirer, fact-checked for the New York Times, and also worked as an editor, researcher, and nonprofit communications pro. I’m a recipient of the Aubespin Prize from ACES: The Society for Editing, and I hold an M.A. from the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism where I was a Bloomberg Scholar.

Feel free to get in touch.