I’ve been fascinated with stories for as long as I can remember. From a young age, I always seemed to find myself with a camera in hand. This obsession with capturing everyday images and stories eventually led me to film school, a degree in communications and publishing, and now the pursuit of a masters degree in journalism.
Today, my fascination with storytelling is as strong as ever and my toolkit has expanded to include visual storytelling, alongside written word and audio production. Simply put, I’m driven by genuine curiosity and a love for the environment, which, when combined have led me to embark on unique experiences with the United States Geological Survey, the Canadian Wildlife Service, Parks Canada and most recently, Hakai Magazine, where I interned over the summer of 2018 covering science and the environment from a coastal perspective.
Looking forward, my goal is to continue to focus my journalism on the intersection of science, the environment and society, with the hopes that my work—visual or otherwise—will help incite conversation and foster a greater understanding of our relationship to each other and the world we share.