I'm a science writer and editor based in Boston, Massachusetts. Currently, I work as an editor and features writer for Futurism, a science news website focusing on - you guessed it- the future, and how everything from technology to economics to environmental changes will shape it.
I have a background in journalism, environmental science and marine conservation from Northeastern University and got my Master's in science writing from MIT. I've worked as a freelancer as well as in the newsrooms of Undark Magazine and Nautilus magazine, as well as lots of other odds and ends - a national defense laboratory, a seagrass research lab, a coastal cleanup organization, and a green tech accelerator.
Though I consider myself a science omnivore, I have a particular appetite for marine, environmental, and wildlife science, particularly in how humans engage with the natural world. When not writing, you can often find me near, on, or under the water.