I'm a journalist who covers diverse cultural, social and scientific topics, including the arts, the nonprofit sector and climate change. Find my work with NPR, Discover Magazine, YES! Magazine, Art News, Earth Island Journal, and the book, "Human Impact: Our Relationship with Climate, the Environment, and Biodiversity," among other publications. 

I am a visual artist, teacher and published creative writer. I have experience in communications, graphic design and curriculum development. Please reach out for more specific samples. 

Publishing history:

NPR, YES! Magazine, Earth Island Journal, Civil Eats, Ms. Magazine, Art News, Inside Philanthropy, The Dogwood/ Courier News, Food Tank, the book, "Human Impact: Our Relationship with Climate, the Environment, and Biodiversity," Discover Magazine, Americans for the Arts, Green Biz, The Public Library of Science (PLOS Community Blogs), Inverse/ Bustle Media, Philanthropy Women, Resurgence Magazine/ The Ecologist, ThoughtCo, LabRoots, The Outlaw Report, Women You Should Know, EnviroNews, Minding Nature (The Center for Humans & Nature), The Revelator (Center for Biological Diversity), Art Nation, Fabulously Feminist Magazine, Circle Around, SciStarter, Not Impossible Labs, SciArt Magazine, EcoWatch, Agrictecture, Science Connected Magazine, Enough Media, The Progressive, Free Radicals, Invironment, Study Finds, Cryptonews, Common Dreams, AR Post, Forest Reporter, Truth Out, Lost at E Minor, Invisible People, OC Magazine, Teal Magazine, Ask Artists, The Old Town Crier, Waging Nonviolence, Buzzfeed, Legendary Women, Resilience, Crixeo, Her Culture, Techtly, Blood & Milk, A Women's Thing, The Virginia Art Education Association and others. I am a member of and peer-editor for NPR's science communication collective, NPR Scicommers.

I have a BA in Literary and Cultural Studies from the College of William and Mary, and a teaching license and BFA in Art Education from Virginia Commonwealth University. 

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I am a Virginia native, and I live in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. My pronouns are she/her.


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