Samples of my written, audio, and video work, which have appeared in a number of print and online publications, are available below. You can also find samples of my work on my LinkedIn profile.
I’ve written numerous articles about science and technology for publications including Scientific American, Popular Science, Inside Science, Discover Magazine, and Gizmodo.
Warm Currents: Graphite Powder Stirs Up Hints of Room-Temperature Superconductivity
Is Multi-Millionfold Speedup Proof That Google Is Really Quantum Computing?
Inside Science: D-Wave Computer's Solution Raises More Questions
Discover Magazine: Older Dads Give Good Telomeres, But Longevity? Not So Much
Podcasts and Radio
I've been interested in audio work since I built sound effects for college theater productions. At Scientific American, I produced 60-Second Science podcast episodes as a freelancer and still make appearances on the podcast series today. At Popular Science, I helped develop and script the podcast Futuropolis. And you can sometimes hear me on the radio as the occasional News Roundup presenter or guest host of Science Friday.
Although I started out by telling science stories through writing and audio, I soon began producing videos. I wrote and hosted The Countdown, a bimonthly space news series on Scientific American's SpaceLab channel. At Popular Science, I covered events like Maker Faire,and developed video franchises, such as Rebuild and Build It. At Scientific American, I host videos that expand on news stories I've covered.