I’ve contributed print and digital stories to multiple media outlets, including Teen Vogue, Epicenter-NYC, Blue Dot Living, Long Island Press, Newsday, Times Beacon Record News Media, GoNOMAD, Us Weekly, and more. My energy reporting work at Inframation News is behind a paywall, but I can send screengrabs if you’re interested in viewing it.


From helicopters to fireworks: NYC’s noise pollution may be harming your health

Climate Issues Across the U.S. Are Coming Up in Therapy (Blue Dot Living)

The (Health) Buck Stops Here (Blue Dot Living)

Pro-Palestine protesters find solidarity with climate advocates at student encampment (Prism)

The Sloth King: Long Island’s Joe Exotic Accused of Mistreating Animals Again (LI Press)


The Real Witches of Long Island (Teen Vogue)

The queer book bike serving Brooklyn (XTRA)

Saturday service in jeopardy at most NYC libraries (Epicenter NYC)

Gaza is taking a toll on diaspora communities’ mental health (Epicenter NYC)

Are Advertising and Marketing on the Brink of a Union Wave? (Nonprofit Quarterly)

More Long Island Seniors Turn To Medical Marijuana For Pain Relief (LI Press)

Senior scams on Long Island are on the rise. Learn how to stay safe (Newsday)

How Long Island women are taking on union leadership roles (Newsday)

Brooklyn’s queer nightlife community rallies together after the killing of O’Shae Sibley (Xtra)

Stanford’s student government embroiled in allegations of election misconduct amid Palestine activism (Prism)

Designing a home that survives trend cycles

Suffolk County project holds opioid overdose prevention class

North Shore residents rally to condemn Trump’s transgender military ban

Dragging it out: Justin Petrie works to expand drag culture at UMass

Don’t pet her, she’s working

From grandparents to high schoolers, Amherst March for Our Lives draws crowd

Suffolk County residents provide outreach to special needs community

22nd annual Stony Brook Film Festival opens

Established to Eccentric: Cemeteries To Die For

A 30,000 Kilometer Road Trip Through Europe

Rotterdam: Floating Urban Farm Is Now Open


Helen Scholfield, who worked for group fighting domestic violence, dies at 86

Long Island Educator For Decades Dies At 92

Paul Felice, 87, Patchogue fire commissioner and former village trustee

Melne Miller Thomas, 71, Moriches resident and master gardener

Altide Sylvie’ Bertil, caregiver for daughter after 2010 Haiti earthquake, dies at 70