I’m a Brooklyn-based journalist working for Storyful – a social news agency that discovers, verifies, acquires and distributes timely video and user-generated content.
Previously, I reported for the Washington Post as a special correspondent in London. While in the United Kingdom I reported on culture, food trends, austerity measures, rising rent prices, and, of course, the discovery of King Richard III’s skeleton in a parking lot.
I graduated summa cum laude from the University of New Hampshire in 2012, where I was a journalism and communication double major focusing on the impact of social media on the news cycle. During my junior and senior year, I was the editor-in-chief of a student culture publication called Main Street magazine.
In addition to being an enthusiastic Anglophile, I love cities, public art, cooking, listening to live music, traveling and figure skating, which I competed in at an elite level during a previous life.