The News & Observer/The Herald-Sun Selected Clips

A Durham neighborhood caught in the crossfire. What do its residents want?

Durham County gave COVID-19 ‘hazard pay’ to almost every employee. Who will pay for it?

The North Carolina Zoo was expecting 1 million visitors this year. Then COVID-19 hit.

Durham residents say new LED lights give ‘perpetual daylight.’ What are the solutions?


Covid-19 Coverage/

A week after closures, Brooklyn’s restaurant workers are fending for themselves. (Brooklyn Daily Eagle) 2020

The city’s hospitals are short on masks. Brooklyn’s artists are here to help. (Brooklyn Daily Eagle) 2020


For BK Reader, I wrote a 3-part series on deed theft and Third Party Transfer in Central Brooklyn.

Part One: Why So Many Black Property Owners in Central Brooklyn Are Losing Their Homes, Explained 2019

Part Two: Cuomo Signs Deed Theft Bill, Residents Doubt It’s Enough 2019

Part Three: City Puts On Hold Controversial Home Seizure Program ‘Until Further Analysis’ 2019

Protests Clash Before NY Senate Rent Laws Hearing in Crown Heights (BK Reader) 2019


City Ban on CBD Products Hits Small Local Businesses (BK Reader) 2019

As Bed-Stuy Changes, So Does Its Taste for Wine and Beer (BK Reader) 2019


After Kaporos: The Bushwick brownstone that serves as a chicken rescue center (Brooklyn Daily Eagle) 2019

Prospect Park hippies reunite for annual hangout (Brooklyn Reporter) 2019


Graffiti Is All Grown up in Street Art Exhibition (Brooklyn Reporter) 2019

Immersive art installation brings Arctic Alaska to Williamsburg (Brooklyn Reporter) 2019

“Foster” paints an empowering picture relevant to Brooklyn foster care (Brooklyn Reporter)

Terrace House: Reality Show or Group Therapy? (Medium, Self-published) 2018

Sigur Rós Are Stepping Away From Beauty and Diving Deeper Into the Void (Spin) 2015

A Walk Through Deerhoof’s 20 Oddball Years (KQED) 2014


The Life and Death of New York City’s Funeral Industry (Medium) 2017