I’m a writer and visual journalist, typically based in Brooklyn but spending the spring of 2019 as a freelancer and digital video producer in Paris. 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 and policing, and extensively covered the 2014 midterms. 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 DCist, written 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.