Welcome to my online portfolio, highlighting work in social media, content strategy, science writing, satire, and more.
Conservation on Social Media
Social media is one of the quickest and most effective ways to reach a large audience and inspire action, but how does this translate when communicating about science and environmental activism? For more on the importance of citing sources, the ethics of posting wildlife photos, and other things to consider when talking about conservation on social media, click here.
Kellogg Biological Station Social Media Campaign
In summer of 2017, I ran a social media campaign for the Kellogg Biological Station, focusing on communicating the history and present science at KBS both visually and via Facebook and Twitter. Check it out here!
In Spring 2017, I worked on creating a content strategy document for the Michigan State University Neuroscience Ambassadors.
From waste management and environmental topics to neuroscience and cognition, one of the major challenges of science writing is to communicate with accuracy while also being engaging and effective. For more on this, click here.
After spending a year and a half of my life writing mediocre listicles for campus satire magazine The Black Sheep, I produced exactly three articles I was proud of. Look at those. Definitely don’t click here for the full list of articles.
For a full list of publications, click here.