I am a freelance science journalist and editor based in Edmonton, Canada. I write about the environment and health.
My work has appeared in the New York Times Magazine, Yale Environment 360, Popular Science, Audubon, Hakai Magazine and Spectrum, among other publications. I’ve reported stories about fish skin leather, cross-border mining pollution and tiny, lab-grown brains. I am also an assistant online content editor at Psychology Today.
I have experience working with audio and video as well. In 2017, I created a short film that was screened at the New York Wild Film Festival, the Art of Brooklyn Film Festival, and the Environmental Film Festival at Yale.
I graduated from the Science, Health and Environmental Reporting Program at New York University in 2018. Before that, I studied natural resource conservation at the University of British Columbia and I worked in forestry, counting trees and tromping around the backwoods of British Columbia and South Africa.
When I need to momentarily unplug from the digital world, you’ll find me back out in the wilderness, running on trails or skiing in (hopefully) powder.