My first job in journalism was at a documentary production company Public Policy Productions. Since then I've produced a 5 part web-friendly documentary NYC 3.0 and done projects for NPR's Planet Money and This American Life. I've also done corporate work for Columbia University's Law School, Earth Institute and Medical School. Most recently I produced videos for The New York World. Currently I'm working on a documentary project about Puerto Rico's drug policy and teaching video production at the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. CLICK HERE TO SEE MY VIDEO CLIPS.
Much of my journalism experience has been in public radio. I've interned at WNYC's Leonard Lopate Show and The Takeaway. I've done freelance work for WBGO and WSHU. In the summer of 2009 I reported for KFSK in Petersburg, Alaska. In my last semester at grad school I interned at NPR's Planet Money. I even had the oppurtunity to interview Ira Glass. CLICK HERE TO SEE MY RADIO CLIPS.
I've written for The Global Post, The New York World, The New York Daily News, Mashable, Poynter, The Wall Street Journal, North Jersey Media Group and NPR's Planet Money blog. CLICK HERE TO SEE MY PRINT CLIPS.
At Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism I taught classes in HTML, CSS and Flash programming. I've also taught classes in WordPress, web analytics and social media. Currently I'm working on a variety of freelance web projects for private clients. CLICK HERE TO SEE SOME OF MY WORK.