Portfolio

  • Columbus Changes Needle Program Amid Community Concerns (WOSU)
  • Ohio’s First Recovery High School Prepares to Open In Columbus (WOSU)
  • Report Reveals Antiquated Court Custody Guidelines Across Ohio (WOSU)
  • After Maria, farmers build resilience through sustainability (The Pulse
  • AIR Media’s Localore Project (Philadelphia audio stories)
  • How Fish Meant for Market Might End Up in a Museum (Atlas Obscura)
  • As Tax Day Approaches, Watch Out For Phone Scammers (NPR)
  • Amid political uncertainty, hospitals make strides towards equality in LGBTQ health care (The Washington Post’s The Lily)
  • Detroit’s urban farms: engines of growth, omens of change (The PulseMarketplace)
  • Vocal therapy helps some transgender people find their voice (The Pulse, The Washington Post’s The Lily
  • This Farmer Wants To Give Animals A Better Life — And Death (The Pulse, NPR’s The Salt Blog)
  • Synchronized Defense: How Animals Move As One To Avoid Predators (The Pulse, Here & Now)
  • With The Click Of A Button, Birders Become Citizen Scientists (The Pulse)
  • Freeloading Mother Birds Force Others To Raise Their Hatchlings (The Pulse)
  • A Family Reunites After 50 Years Thanks To DNA Testing (Here & Now)
  • How To Survive A Brain-Eating Amoeba (The Pulse, Here & Now,)
  • What Right Do Muralists Have To The Buildings They Paint On? (NPR)
  • Thumbs Up, Then And Now: Hitchhiking Stories From The Road (NPR)
  • Healthy Eaters, Strong Minds: What School Gardens Teach Kids (NPR)
  • Where Did The Iconic Detroit “D” Come From? (Michigan Radio)
  • 8 Mile Road Is Eight Miles From Where? (Michigan Radio)