I’m an experienced reporter and producer with specialities in feature, culture, crime and breaking news stories.
Currently, I’m producing and reporting at WGBH News, an NPR radio station in Boston. I co-produce WGBH’s daily and local All Things Considered programming. Alongside this, I also helped produce WGBH’s breaking news coverage of Boston’s “Free Speech Rally” in August 2017, breaking news coverage of the Merrimack Valley gas fires in September 2018 and WGBH’s continuing election coverage of local, state and national races from December 2016 until present day.
Below is a collection of my work for WGBH, including radio reported stories, reporting for daily newscasts, and web-only features. Also included are debrief interviews I produced that aired as segments during WGBH’s All Things Considered.
Before working for WGBH, I was a beat reporter at a handful of newspapers in Massachusetts and New Hampshire. Below are reported clips from MetroWest Daily News and Foster’s Daily Democrat. At each of these papers, I covered multiple towns, producing at least one municipal, school, crime, court, breaking news and feature story each day.
While reporting for the Walpole Times, I reported a long-form story on the history of Narcan in Massachusetts. It was re-printed in its entirety in the Sharon Advocate, Dedham Times, Norwood Record, Medfield Press and the Dover-Sherborn Press. Up until this point, no such comprehensive history of the overdose-reversing drug existed in Massachusetts. You can find that report here.
MetroWest Daily News
Foster’s Daily Democrat
I also completed long-form radio stories during graduate school for the news department at WERS at Emerson College. You can find those reported stories on my soundcloud here.