I'm a digital news producer at CNN International, with a reporting focus on women’s issues, geopolitics, climate and corruption. I've been working there since 2016.
This year, I'm on leave from my normal reporting duties as I deepen my knowledge of the environment as a Ted Scripps Fellow ('23-24) at the Center for Environmental Journalism at the University of Colorado, Boulder.
I started my career as a photo editor at National Geographic Adventure Magazine and the World Picture Network in New York. I loved those jobs. And the City. But I left in 2008 to travel and shoot.
I've documented daily life in the isolated kingdom of Bhutan; political movements in Myanmar, Cambodia, Haiti, Brunei and the UK -- and stories throughout India, Thailand and Indonesia.
I graduated from NYU's Gallatin School of Individualized Study, concentrating in South Asian Studies. I got my MA in Digital Journalism from Goldsmiths University of London.
My work has been published widely, in places such as Al Jazeera English, The Bangkok Post, Dumbo Feather, ESPN.com, The Hollywood Reporter, The Independent, National Geographic Adventure Magazine, Rolling Stone, Roads & Kingdoms, The Southeast Asia Globe, Travel + Leisure and more.
I've been lucky to call a lot of places home. If I could, I'd live in the ocean.