At a glance
I write about politics for The Keene Sentinel in New Hampshire.
My reporting takes me across genres locally in southwestern N.H. — known around here as the Monadnock Region — but most of my focus is on the Granite State’s first-in-the-nation presidential primaries heading into 2020, along with the more than three dozen state reps and senators at the statehouse in Concord, Keene City Hall, and just about anyone else in between.
Before moving here, I was living in Paris on a fellowship, teaching at Lycée International de l'Est Parisien and freelancing ahead of my first full time reporting job back home in Upstate New York at The Daily Gazette in Schenectady.
I wore a lot of hats at my hometown paper as their breaking news reporter, covering county to federal court cases, a swing congressional district, and even filling in as the Saratoga County reporter.
My other stints have been with POLITICO as a breaking news and White House intern, The New Yorker as Mark Singer's assistant, the Albany Times Union as a metro intern, and as editor-in-chief of The Wesleyan Argus and Arcadia Political Magazine, Wesleyan University's student paper and political review, respectively.
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