I like to dig.
I’m an investigative reporter with the Los Angeles Times based in Washington, D.C. My interests are criminal justice, inequality and public records.
My work has appeared in the Guardian, The Associated Press, NPR, VICE News, The Texas Tribune, The Marshall Project, Al Jazeera Media, The Wall Street Journal and more.
Before joining the Times in 2020, I was an investigative reporter at the Center for Public Integrity, where my deep dive into Big Oil’s century-long relationship with the U.S. government was a finalist for the Livingston Award for Young Journalists.
When I’m not poring over documents and screaming into the void that is public records requesting, you can find me ranting on twitter or aggressively searching potential sources on linkedin.