I'm a journalist, audio producer, and former law clerk. Since making the switch from law to journalism, I've reported on how football's concussion crisis is making football helmets more expensive, how New York's helicopter tour industry is driving residents nuts, how some app makers are trying to turn political engagement into profits, and why the record number of foreign students in U.S. schools face an uncertain future. My work has aired on WNYC, WBAI, and Marketplace.
I got my law degree from the University of Maryland School of Law, and have worked as a law clerk for the Baltimore Public Defender, Johns Hopkins Hospital, and the U.S. District Court for Maryland.
In 2016, I graduated with honors from Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism. Some years before that, I worked in a ramen shop. I live in New York City, where I like to spend my free-time dodging cyclists in Central Park.