I like to dig.
My work has appeared in The Wall Street Journal, The Marshall Project, VICE News, PBS and NPR affiliates and many more outlets.
Right now, I’m reporting on climate change (yes, it’s real) and the environment for the Center for Public Integrity, one of the nation’s oldest non-profit newsrooms dedicated to accountability journalism.
My work has looked at broken air enforcement at the EPA, a near-miss disaster at ExxonMobil, radioactive fracking waste, and the men behind some prolific junk journals.
At The New York World, I wrote about pregnant women behind bars, homeless sex offenders on parole, inmates in padlocked jumpsuits, and misbehaving judges.