I am a reporter. I work for print and broadcast publications. Some of my interests include mining, energy, environmental and urban issues. I speak Spanish and Russian. 

I am available for assignments. 

Work samples: 

Puerto Rico’s Eroding Beaches Spell Trouble for Coastal Dwellers (PRI’s The World)

Coal Hogs Work Safe (99 Percent Invisible)

Russian Cowboys Learn to Wrangle a Brand New Beef Industry (Planet Money) (The Pulse

In One Alabama Community, Environmental Justice Is Hard to Find (The Pulse)

A Trip to Space Brings Astronauts Closer to Earth (The Pulse)

A Federal Pilot Program Allows Local Housing Authorities More Autonomy. Is That a Good Thing? (Keystone Crossroads) (NPR)

Section 8 Vouchers Can Help Low-Income Renters, but Finding Housing Is Difficult (Keystone Crossroads

A Salt Story: West Virginia Siblings Mine the Past to Build a Future (Gravy Podcast)

Wyoming Reservation’s Redrawn Borders Put Old Conflicts Back on Map (Al Jazeera America) (NPR)

Justice Can Be Hard To Find With Courts Far From Tribal Lands (NPR)

Years Later, Miss Indian America Pageant Winners Reunite (NPR)

Coalbed Methane Bust Leaves Thousands of Orphaned Gas Wells in Wyoming (High Country News)

Small Emission Sources Could Mean Big Pollution, But No One's Counting (Wyoming Public Radio)

The Boom-Bust Girls: Sisterhood Turns 60 in Casper, Wyoming (Pacific Standard

Fake Border Crossing Is Amusement Park Attraction (Fronteras) (Indian Country Today)

Documents Show Artwork Removed Early Due to Pressure (Wyoming Public Radio)

Reopening Silver Mine Could Save Town, But Destroy the Sacred Site of the Huicholes (Indian Country Today)