I'm a science journalist living in New York. My work has appeared in The New York Times, The Atlantic, Popular Science and in a number of film festivals.
I spent eight years working for Ira Flatow at PRI’s Science Friday — shooting, producing and editing hundreds of science videos and chatting about them on the air. I even got to host the 2-hour live radio show on several (desperate) occasions.
I'm the co-author of Annoying: The Science of What Bugs Us — sadly a topic of deep personal interest.
Cephalopod camouflage is amazing and mysterious and has to be seen to be believed. It may also be proof that human sight has a long way to go.