Telling clear, engaging science stories is my passion.
After graduating from Connecticut College with a bachelor’s in neuroscience, I continued searching for ways to combine my love of writing and the sciences, and science writing fit the bill perfectly. To that end, I received my master’s in science writing from Johns Hopkins University in 2018, and I’ve never looked back!
As a freelance science writer, I’ve written several nonfiction books for teenagers through Rosen Publishing about disability law, mindfulness, and the opioid crisis. I’ve also written for a variety of publications and institutions, including Boston Medical Center, Boston University, Brown University, Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center and Dartmouth Medical School, Northeastern University, and Hippocampus Magazine. In addition, in October 2019, I took on a full-time position as a science content editor for a K–12 curriculum company. I absolutely love what I do!
Aside from reading, editing, and writing, I enjoy creating digital art, playing the piano, sending lengthy snail-mail letters to my friends, and working my way through jigsaw puzzles.