I’m a journalist based in Los Angeles that’s written about business, technology and culture for the Wall Street Journal, NPR, the BBC World Service and seemingly any magazine with “fitness” or “geek” in the title. I once even wrote a quiz for Seventeen magazine but am currently doing motion graphics for clients such as the Los Angeles Times.
I previously worked for KCET’s SoCal Connected, a public television newsmagazine show that ran for 10 seasons. I worked on staff for a year before becoming a contractor that produced my own segments as well as assisted other producers with camera work, sound, editing, drone footage and motion graphics. Recent stories include an episode on illegal cannabis growers and how climate change is affecting the severity of wildfires in Southern California.
I worked at KCET for three seasons and won a Los Angeles-area Emmy, four Golden Mikes, a Walter Cronkite award and three Los Angeles Press Club awards.