As a Baltimore-based multimedia journalist, I’ve produced in-depth radio + print news features
for NPR’s national desk, WYPR, as well as for Marketplace. I’ve reported two investigative longform stories for Reveal, out of The Center for Investigative Reporting. I’m currently finishing a project for the BBC. I also produced or co-produced a number of award-winning series at WYPR, the NPR affiliate in Baltimore, most notably "On the Watch." The series dove into inequities in policing and the courts, as well as reform efforts in the wake of Freddie Gray. An excerpt of the reporting was quoted in the DOJ's 2016 critical analysis of the Baltimore Police Department. I've broken stories and my work has brought legislative change in the Maryland statehouse, inspired listeners or readers to react and reach out, and has won numerous journalism awards.
I produce pieces that run the gamut, but they always take readers past the front page news to inform but also to bring a problem to life through personal narrative. My stories pull apart an issue, a policy, or a statistic - and they draw the listener to a complexity, a nuanced look into another person's world. I've reported on mental healthcare and the ACA, farming, housing and homelessness in Baltimore City, sexting and shaming in middle school, and gender identity in adolescence. But I've also captured the Baltimore beauty of toilet bowl races, a budding worm-catching business, and a Little Italy film festival. And guess what? I'm available for work!