journalist & educator
Hi. I'm a journalist, audio producer, educator, and radiophile based in Portland, Maine.
My work has been heard on NPR, public radio stations around the West, Here & Now, 99% Invisible, the Outside Podcast, and elsewhere.
I'm currently a producer with WBUR Podcasts, making Last Seen, Endless Thread, Circle Round, and other shows.
Before joining WBUR, I was a reporter, host and producer with Montana Public Radio, where I created Richest Hill, a narrative non-fiction series about one of America's most legendary Superfund sites in Butte, Montana.
The New Yorker called Richest Hill a "must-listen" and one of the best podcasts of 2019. Richest Hill was also the winning entry for the 2020 Daniel Schorr Journalism Prize, which recognizes rising talent in public media.
I'm proud to have worked on early seasons of Threshold, and to have interned at KFSK in Petersburg, Alaska.
I hold an M.A. in Environmental Journalism from the University of Montana, a B.A. from the University of Toronto, and I'm also a graduate of the Salt Institute for Documentary Studies.
Whenever possible, I moonlight as a music DJ on WMPG, Southern Maine Community Radio. Otherwise, I can be found exploring the water, woods, and wilds of this exquisite state.