About Me

I am a writer based in Seward, Alaska. This is my portfolio page and all-around digital archive. I like that one song by Toto. I hate Earl Grey with too much bergamot.

Since late 2017, I have been the sole reporter for the weekly Seward Journal, which serves Seward and the surrounding area. I am, to my knowledge, the only full-time reporter on the eastern Kenai Peninsula. (My wife is the only pediatrician.)

I have contributed to Public Books, This Land, Inverse, and the New York magazine blog Bedford & Bowery. I got my start as editor of the University of Tulsa Collegian and at the Bigheart Times, a newspaper in Osage County, Okla., now sadly defunct.

While in graduate school, I founded the New York Transatlantic, an online publication dedicated to European history, politics and culture as seen from New York City.

I received my Master’s degree in Journalism and European Studies at New York University in 2017. I also hold degrees in physics and philosophy.