I am a [science] writer and an inorganic chemist who ardently loves environmental health. I swapped the seagulls of Charleston, SC for the pigeons of New York City and am now a cooing enthusiast who still, rarely, longs for the smell of pluff mud.
I love people, and I love scientists a ten-fold more than most. Scientifically, I enjoy environmental health (mainly air quality), nanoparticles, biomedical research and quagmires in general. Personally, I enjoy all that is cold weather (most importantly snow and skiing), coffee, white wine and the occasional ball python. Literally, I enjoy novels in verse, non-fiction memoirs and all-around beautiful prose.
In real life, I’m a digital producer at Discovery. Feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
My new blog home is here, on Scientific American.
Many thanks to Justin Rose, photographer extraordinare, for my website design.