I'm a journalist based in Richmond, Virginia. Currently, I'm working as an editorial fellow at the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists as part of the Scripps Howard Foundation's Roy W. Howard Fellowship program. I write stories on global corruption for ICIJ's website, host and produce the Meet the Investigators podcast, and do data analysis for long-term projects.
Prior to joining ICIJ, I received my master's degree in journalism from the University of Maryland's Philip Merrill College of Journalism, where I worked as a data and graphics reporter for Capital News Service covering education and the 2020 presidential election. I've also run a website focused on high school sports for WWL-TV in my hometown of New Orleans and interned in product design and development at Gannett's D.C.-area headquarters.
My work has been published by The Washington Post, The Associated Press, The Diamondback, C-Ville Magazine, USA TODAY High School Sports and elsewhere. I'm also one of the hosts (and the producer/editor) of the It's Pretty OK podcast.