I’m the kind of person who talks to strangers in line at the grocery store and stays up all night coding to experiment.
Currently, I’m an interactive producer at KQED, Northern California’s public radio and television station. I also worked as a multimedia producer at California Watch, which I helped launch, an investigative unit at the Center for Investigative Reporting. I completed my master’s at UC Berkeley’s Graduate School of Journalism in 2009. Also, I’ve worked in Beijing for The Washington Post, had a radio story on the Cumulus network, produced regular videos for the San Francisco Bay Guardian and worked on the Chauncey Bailey Project.
Before moving to the Bay Area I was an online producer at National Journal and a technology writer for United Press International.
I believe in the power of information. With the development of the Internet accurate reporting has never been more important or difficult. No matter what technique I use, I have always been strongly dedicated to producing meaningful and in-depth pieces.
Please let me know what you think of my work.