I am an American-born writer of Haitian, Ukranian, 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. I have worked in 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, please use the contact form above.
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."