I create a variety of scientific and medical communications for both professional and lay audiences. While my scientific training is in biochemistry - my PhD thesis focused on how motions in proteins affect their function - I spent over five years working in promotional medical communications/education, creating materials to educate physicians on disease states and clinical data.

With my strong background in basic science, I can delve into and understand the nuances of the data. My experience in the promotional world enables me to take that detailed data and translate it into the language and format suitable for your audience.

I am currently a freelance writer based in New York City. I take on a range of projects, including scientific publications, conference reports, magazine articles, advisory boards, and presentations.

I also ran the Nature NYC blog and currently run a website on science in New York City called SciNYC.