I'm a journalist, born and bred in Indiana. Yes, I say "pop" instead of "soda." 

In 2014, I traded the midwest for the east coast, where I study journalism at Boston University's College of Communication.

I currently work out of the Massachusetts State House for the Lowell Sun, where I cover policy, politics and all other happenings under the big, gold dome on Beacon Hill. 

Before the Sun, I've spent a summer reporting under the literal sun at the Miami Herald, where I covered a potpourri of breaking news, features and "Florida Man" news for the paper. I also spent some time fact checking and transcribing for an 18-month investigation of abuse within Florida's detention centers. While studying abroad in the U.K. I interned at the London Evening Standard, writing features and reviews for London's most popular free daily paper. I spent the six months before that at The Boston Globe, where I took a break from classes at BU and worked as a full-time general assignment reporter. I covered crime, breaking news and spent a few months digging into discrimination at Tufts University. My reporting eventually led to a university-appointed assessment of the school's Greek life community. 

Before I stepped foot in the big newsrooms, I cut my teeth and spent my nights at The Daily Free Press, BU's independent student newspaper. Most notably, my reporting on the #PoorAtAPrivateUniversity student group brought about BU's first grant assurance program. In my time at the FreeP, I served as the layout editor, multimedia editor and in 2016, editor-in-chief of the paper, before becoming the chairman of the paper's publishing company in 2017. 

My work has also been published in Metro Boston, USA Today College, the Northwest Indiana Times, the Post Tribune, and Chicago Sun-Times Splash,

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