I’m a reporter, writer and photographer specializing in business, urbanism, climate change and the LGBTQ+ community. I tell a range of stories from news and features to profiles and long-form pieces. Check out and link to some of my published work below.
YES! Magazine / Community fridge networks across the country are an important start—and symbol—in the work to make sure everyone has enough to eat.
The Guardian / Ithaca has turned to private investors to help it decarbonize thousands of residential and commercial buildings.
DigBoston / Kicked out of home and misunderstood by social service providers, homeless LGBTQ youth often have nowhere to turn.
Bloomberg CityLab / As the pandemic takes a toll on local businesses, Troy, New York, is trying to hold on to its hard-won economic gains — and plan for a more equitable future.
The Christian Science Monitor / Put up a wind farm or preserve the forest? New York has ambitious climate goals, but local opponents have their own ideas.
PBS Rewire / To a surprising degree, they often become allies — sometimes even more than parents.
Apartment Therapy / When I found myself living in a small city in upstate New York where I could afford to think about homeownership, my dad’s professional expertise was suddenly something I wanted to learn everything about.
Albany Business Review / Vic Christopher and Heather LaVine built a hospitality empire together. To keep it growing, though, it was time for one of them to leave.
HuffPost / “I never expected to share a moment like this with any of my Boy Scout friends.”
Bloomberg CityLab / Should cities billed as climate refuges prepare to welcome newcomers displaced by extreme weather, or focus on reducing their own carbon footprints to stave off the worst effects of global warming?
PBS Rewire / Stop worrying about your morning coffee, and focus on big wins.
Fortune / Increased pressure from investors and customers has led to more ambitious goals for reusable and refillable packaging.
Adirondack Explorer / A museum that chronicles the history of slavery and abolition in the Adirondacks and Lake Champlain region is bringing a largely forgotten period to light.
GreenBiz / When Ross Rachey set out to electrify Amazon’s fleet of last-mile delivery vehicles a few years ago, he thought it would be a matter of matching the company’s needs to the right vehicle on the market. It was not that simple.
Albany Business Review / LGBTQ employees say companies should be more inclusive about who leads and has influence. They say doing so will help the region find and retain talent. / Published alongside this profile of queer attorney Marissa Wiley, as well as a personal column.
Albany Times Union / Climate change has hastened the need for a public-private solution for sustainable harvesting.
Albany Business Review / To decide on the right transportation solution, we first need to decide on the goal.
Albany Business Review / Young people are being drawn to the upstate New York city of Troy by more than the region’s most popular farmer’s market. They’re chasing affordable real estate and the prospect of becoming landlords in a booming market.
Albany Business Review / They had a plan to dramatically expand electric car charging infrastructure in upstate New York. Here’s why it didn’t happen.
Albany Business Review / “This is much harder than getting through a fire that burns down your facility.”