I am a writer, reporter, and communications strategist. My writing and reporting have appeared in The Atlantic, Bon Appétit, Lucky Peach, Newsweek, Vice, and elsewhere.
My background is multidisciplinary: I've worked and studied across the fields of design, journalism, marketing communications, and environmental planning. Before attending graduate school, I was an intern on Rhode Island Public Radio's All Things Considered with Bob Ames and a producer on Open Source with Christopher Lydon. I hold a Master of Architecture (Columbia University) and am an alum of Project Projects, which won the Cooper Hewitt National Design Award in Communication Design in 2015. Design thinking—its fundamental questioning, its pragmatic optimism, and its iterative and collaborative foundation—continues to inform how I work.
I live in New York City and am available for projects. Say hello.
Master of Architecture
Columbia University GSAPP
B.A. Environmental Studies with Honors Thesis
Level 2 Certificate with Distinction
Wine & Spirits Education Trust