About

I'm a producer for The Wall Street Journal's "The Future of Everything" podcast. At the moment, I'm working from home in Jersey City, NJ. My "coworkers" include a software engineer and two very affectionate cats.

I was born and raised in the quaint town of Nyack, New York - as seen in the paintings of Edward Hopper. I went to Ithaca College, and almost became a public school music teacher.

In 2017 I went to the Salt Institute for Documentary Studies and have been making radio ever since. Some of my most memorable projects include: making a home on the moon, a couple getting stuck at the U.S.-Mexico border, and St. Vincent interviewing up-and-coming artists in the shower.