I am an American-born writer of Haitian, Polish-Ukranian, Scotts-Irish, and Native American descent, currently based in Berlin after having traveled around the world a few times. My journalistic writing focuses on the art of narrative profile and how science and technology are impacting the future of humanity. My creative writing blends memoir and science fiction to take the reader on journeys of imagination into worlds they never knew existed. I lived and worked in New York City for 10 years, spanning every sector of publishing— from intern to EIC to publisher— and am currently immersed in the production of a novel. I am not accepting new editorial clients. For speaking engagements and other invitations or inquiries, please use the following contact form:
Redefining the art of self-publishing
science & tech Journalism
As the youngest editor of WIRED, my journalistic work focused on biomedical engineering, post-disaster infrastructure technology, DIY-tech and narrative profiling of industry leaders. My writing has also appeared in VICE//Motherboard, The Atlantic, The Verge, Gizmodo, Popular Science, Psychology Today, and more. I specialize in analytical, technical, long-form feature writing, ghostwriting, immersive reporting, disaster correspondence, character profiling, and more.
In 2013, I set off on the journey of a lifetime. With the support of readers like you, I traveled to over 35 countries in Europe, Asia, Africa, and the Middle East, writing my way around the world. I currently live in Berlin, where I am researching the path forward for online journalism and penning a sci-fi memoir based on my journeys. You can continue to support me my creative endeavors by contributing to my Patreon:
Podcast: Story in a Bottle
"The most successful founders, venture capitalists, designers, etc. have fascinating stories behind their success."
is a journalist and entrepreneur with a resume that boasts digitizing traditionally print-centric brands. It’s a career that’s given her a fair share of behind-the-scenes experiences with the epidemic that’s overtaking the industry – the continued and steepening uphill battle of maintaining the right motivation in the world of news and content."