I specialize in human-centered narratives about science, environment, climate and health. I’m fascinated by questions of how we view science, and what we think of as natural. My work has taken me to places as far as the Dominican Republic and Mozambique — but also to deeply report on the places I’ve called home for most of my life: Southern California and the Pacific Northwest.

The Atlantic: Climate Activists Are Turning Their Attention to Hollywood

The Atlantic: The Human Cost of Amber

The Atlantic: Killer Whales: “Transient” Orcas Now Dominating An Entire Sea

The New York Times: The Psychic Toll of a Pandemic Pregnancy

Hakai: Herschel, the Very Hungry Sea Lion

Esquire: The Eclipse Hunters

The Guardian: The Aging Oil Rigs that Became Marine Oases

Nautilus Magazine: A Map of Life Like None Other