About Me

I’m passionate about A LOT of things. What connects them all? Storytelling.

I’m a science journalist and Multimedia Editor for Scienceline.org. I’m currently an Editorial Intern for Audubon, and in the spring I interned at Psychology Today. I’m a student of New York University’s Science, Health & Environmental Reporting Program, which I will graduate from at the end of this year. Previously, I was the Editor-in-Chief of The Synapse, an intercollegiate science magazine based out of Oberlin College, which I graduated from in 2018 with a B.A. in Biology. I’m most interested in covering LGBTQ+ health, mental health, and conservation, but I dabble in a range of topics.

I’m a fiction writer finishing my first queer YA fantasy novel: Elinah Omondi and the Runaway Witches (now querying). I also voice act in audio drama podcasts, such as The Insomnia Project and The Nuclear Solution.

As a queer writer, I love telling LGBT+ stories across all three of my storytelling mediums: journalism, fiction novels, and podcasts. If you want to collaborate, send me a note through my Contact page!

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