I am currently a freelance reporter for the Materials Research Society (MRS) Bulletin. I wrote short news articles on identifying defects in crystals using neural networks, nanoparticles that can be programmed to form exotic 3D cages, and improvements in new battery technology.

In the past, I have also contributed to American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (ASBMB) Today. For a short time, I was the Physics and Astronomy Editor for Science Borealis, a Canadian science blog. I started out on the Berkeley Science Review design team, contributing illustrations for both magazine and blog articles. I also wrote one story on recycling in San Francisco.

Here are some of my selected works. Please scroll down for the full list.

MRS Bulletin

Full List (updated March 18, 2020)


Berkeley Science Review

Science Borealis

Professional Development