I started watching birds when I was eleven years old. My love for the feathered opened a door into the natural world that never closed. I followed this passion to a career in museums, non-profits, conservation, environmental education, and science communications that now spans over fifteen years.
Over this time as a communicator, teacher, and naturalist, I have come to believe that connecting people to the environment is crucial for the individual, the community, and our shared biosphere. I achieve this through written, visual, and spoken communications, developing community partnerships, non-profit strategic planning, classroom teaching and environmental education.
To learn more about my personal story or to see my full CV please visit my bio. You can also read snippets from my latest writing project. Please don't hesitate to reach out via email, phone, or mail.