I've reported from the frosty forests of the Great North Woods, the hallowed halls of Oxford, the sewage-strewn footpaths of Kibera, the cold waters of the Gulf of Maine, and the green hills of Uganda. 

While studying journalism and political science at the University of Kings College, I focused on radio documentary production. Since then, I have worked as a South Asia reporter and producer for Radio Netherlands Worldwide, chase producer for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, a news producer for the Maine Public Broadcasting Network, and a journalism trainer for Journalists for Human Rights. I've also produced freelance radio and print stories for various media.

I'm currently working as producer and new media manager for the Peabody-winning Public Radio International program, To the Best of Our Knowledge. On Saturday mornings, I do this on Whad'Ya Know?:


If you'd like to see my professional CV, please visit my LinkedIn profile.

You can contact me by e-mail at desktopitinerant@gmail.com. And if you want to know my 140 character thoughts, find me on Twitter.

I'm available for assignments throughout North America, Western Europe and East Africa.

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