I’m an award-winning multimedia journalist at WITF in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania with a background in television, radio, and digital reporting.
I cover state policy around energy, the environment, and Marcellus Shale natural gas development for StateImpact Pennsylvania. The project is in-depth, data driven public media collaboration between WITF and WHYY in Philadelphia.
My work has appeared nationally on NPR and in New York City on WNET Thirteen and WNYC.
Before joining StateImpact Pennsylvania, I worked as multimedia reporter in Albany, New York for WMHT (PBS/NPR). My reports were broadcast across the state as part of the Innovation Trail— a reporting collaborative among six public TV and radio stations.
I appeared regularly on WMHT’s statewide public affairs TV show, New York NOW. I also traveled throughout the state to cover some of New York’s biggest stories, including the devastation caused by Superstorm Sandy in New York City in 2012 and the ongoing debate over the state’s moratorium on hydraulic fracturing.
I was born and raised in Lancaster, Pennsylvania and previously worked as a reporter and anchor for television stations in Lancaster and Casper, Wyoming.