Whether reading about business, government or entertainment, you want a writer who is familiar with the lay of the land, passionate about the subject, and knows where to find answers. Readers also need someone who can put new information in context and who makes the topic readily understood through clear and engaging language. Writing about science is no different.
After graduating from Johns Hopkins University’s Master of Science Writing program, I spent a summer at EARTH Magazine as an editorial intern. For EARTH I wrote about subjects ranging from ancient cave paintings in Spain to solar storms. Now a freelance writer, I continue to write for EARTH, as well as Discover Magazine and ScienceNOW.
Formerly, I was a general news reporter in the Baltimore area. I wrote hundreds of news, profile, and feature stories, and I won several awards for my writing. I also shot and narrated videos for the web (see Videos page), and dozens of my photographs have been published in print and online. Because of my relentless fascination with nature, from the celestial to the terrestrial, I steered my journalism career toward science.
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