I write stories for strangers on a mechanical typewriter. I charge a dime for each one.
I spent the summer of 2016 as an AAAS Mass Media Science and Technology Fellow, writing for Scientific American in their Manhattan Offices.
I am a current PhD Candidate in Biophysics at the University of Rochester Medical Center. I study glass membranes 10,000x thinner than a human hair.
Along with Madeline Sofia, I created, produced, and edited a podcast about life in graduate school. The podcast is composed of interviews with current and former graduate students in a "This American Life" style.
I was the artistic director of a voice acting troupe called the Pocket Radio Theater. I also wrote, produced, and edited more than 15 old-time style radio dramas.
One Act Plays and a Musical