I'm a journalist specializing in longform features for national magazines, including The New York Times Magazine, National Geographic, Bloomberg Businessweek, Scientific American, Nature, Wired, The Guardian, Pacific Standard, and more. My writing has won awards from the Society of Professional Journalists, and stories I have edited have won awards from numerous professional organizations.
Now based in Amsterdam, I've lived in San Francisco, Los Angeles, and New York, and I've reported from Madagascar, Tanzania, Madrid, Paris, London, Amsterdam, Vancouver, Israel, Italy, Raratonga, Ecuador, Idaho, Nebraska, Indiana, NY, LA, DC, Yosemite National Park, all the other places marked on this map (which is better viewed on desktop), and more.
I mostly cover issues related to science, technology, and the environment, and their intersections. I've also written features on medical science, criminal justice, energy economics, international law, and more. I'm primarily interested in the ways in which data and policy are misaligned.
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