About Me

I'm a journalist based in Boston. You can find me working on the daily live radio show "Boston Public Radio" on WGBH, an NPR-affiliate station, where I also report and write features for

I grew up in Coventry, Connecticut and graduated from Harvard with a degree in history. (Ask me about my senior thesis on nylon stockings.) In 2018, I was named an ocean science journalism fellow at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, and I was nominated for a New England Emmy for my work producing WGBH's Boston mayoral debate. In 2017, I was awarded a journalism fellowship from FASPE, an organization that sends young professionals to Germany and Poland to learn about contemporary ethics by studying the history of Nazi Germany.

Outside of work, I enjoy cooking and painting. You can get in touch with me by email or on Twitter, where I spend way too much time.