I’m a freelance multimedia journalist based in San Francisco, by way of Miami, Washington D.C., New York and London. I write about technology, culture and everything in between with a special interest in subcultures.
My work has appeared in The Atlantic, The Wall Street Journal, Forbes, VICE, OZY, The Washington Post, Drone360 Magazine, Vocativ, the BBC, SKY News, Fusion, ABC News and more.
I specialize in creating video and digital content for millennials (who don’t call themselves that) with a focus on technology, business, and lifestyle. I’ve appeared as an expert on SKY News, the BBC and ABC News, and have anchored, scripted, and produced hundreds of videos.
Some of my favorite stories include a (literal) dive into mermaid subcultures, the economics of ice cream festivals, an in-depth exploration into the world of sleeping aids and YouTube redesigns.
I graduated with an M.S. in Broadcast Journalism from Columbia University School Of Journalism, and my longform Masters’ project on extreme Korean cosmetic surgery trends was published by The Atlantic, who commissioned a follow-up story.
In a past life, I’ve worked as a social media producer for the London 2012 Olympics, starred in a pilot TV show about mobile apps, and worked as Santa’s elf for a season.