I am a freelance outdoor and science journalist. As an intensely curious and questioning person, I am always searching to understand topics deeply and fully. In my work, I bring clarity to complicated science issues and aim to tell the unseen side of any story.
I excel at finding interesting angles on popular topics and explaining complex topics clearly with an engaging narrative voice. I have delved into convoluted financial concepts and intricate scientific theories to produce quality content for both industry experts and novices. Using data analytical skills, good old-fashioned interviewing and creative storytelling, my pieces educate as well as entertain.
My work has been published in New Scientist, The Week, Climbing Magazine and The Christian Science Monitor among others. I am comfortable editing and ghostwriting. I have created SEO strategies and editorial calendars, and am learning HTML coding, graphic design and SQL.
I live in San Francisco and can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org
All thumbnail photos are from my travels around the United States, South America, South Africa, Indonesia, Europe and Australia.