I'm a Seattle-based writer, editor, producer, and creative strategist with an emphasis on arts, culture, and education.
As a writer and visual producer for the University of Washington, I’ve reported stories on the environment, immigration, entrepreneurship, elite running, marine life, machine learning, athletics, aesthetics, archaeology, population health, microbiology, Pacific Northwest history, tribal sovereignty, street dance, ballet, children’s literature, gerontology, mental health, sports medicine, housing policy, philosophy, psychology, Fidel Castro, and golf.
In addition to writing and interviewing, I specialize in producing and editing documentaries and documentary-style videos. In 2016, I finished editing Futures Past, a feature-length documentary about the end of open outcry trading at the Chicago Mercantile Exchange that premiered at the 2016 Chicago International Film Festival and which Richard Roeper called, "one of the best films I've seen this year by far." It subsequently screened at the 2017 Beijing International Film Festival.
A graduate of Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism with degrees in journalism and history, I've also contributed articles to Backpacker, Runner's World and Lapham's Quarterly and reviewed television and books for the New York Daily News.
If you like what you see and would like to work together, drop me a line.