I'm currently in Washington D.C. working for National Geographic Magazine.
In 2015, I graduated from the University of Oregon with a B.S. in Geography and a minor in Planning, Public Policy & Management. My academic focuses were Geographic Information Science, cartography, and active transportation advocacy. During school, I worked for the UO InfoGraphics Lab, where I created maps and graphics for an atlas about ungulates in Wyoming. Outside of work, I am most likely to be found on a soccer field (often refereeing not playing), stubbornly fighting through District traffic by bike, or playing bass.