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 have reported stories about fish skin leather, cross-border mining pollution and tiny, lab-grown brains. I was previously 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.