I’m a freelance journalist with proficiency in multiple medias.
Currently, I’m producing a radio documentary for Latino USA.
I spent the better part of the last two years honing my reporting skills at the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism. During that time I had the opportunity to work on investigative projects with the NYCity News Service and report science stories at KUT News in Austin. As a reporting fellow with The GroundTruth Project, I reported on the roots of the opioid crisis.
Before entering one of the most widely despised trades, I provided soundtracks to youthful abandon. Eventually, those halcyon days left me well forked – but not dead! I then cloistered myself away to study political thought. After graduating from Hunter College with a B.A. in political science, I whittled away the time writing diatribes and short stories. My nights were spent reading this work at hospitable NYC venues. That I know more than most but less than many about antiquity has allowed me to become the resident lecturer on the ancient world for The Society for the Advancement of Social Studies.
I prefer columns of the Doric order.
I recently acquired two SPJ awards for regional excellence in radio reporting.