Before going freelance full-time in 2018, I worked as a Writer and Communications Specialist at CIFAR, the Canadian Institute for Advanced Research where I got to write about the ground-breaking, big-picture research being done by CIFAR fellows around the world.
In the past, I’ve interned and freelanced at a number of publications including The International New York Times, Where Toronto, The Toronto Standard, and the Collective Quarterly. My specialties lie in health and science journalism, and travel and culture writing. I also enjoy writing about career development and interiors. You can find a selection of my written work below.
Health and Science
The Leading Edge: CIFAR is keeping Canada at the forefront of AI
What would it take for AI to achieve consciousness
Graham Taylor champions AI innovation & entrepreneurship
Plant protective mechanism could lead to improved solar technology
Q & A- Adrian Owen’s Into the Gray Zone
Forgetting Can Make You Smarter
Proof for a Psychedelic State of Mind
The Career Cost of Being a Single Woman
Magnetic Stimulation Boosts Memory
Medill News Service
5 things you didn’t know about donating your body to science
NU scientists urge feds to require sex info in animal cell studies
Scientists show how bacteria escape antibiotics
FDA ignored health risks of antibiotics in animal feed new report contends
Big Pharma holds fate of voluntary antibiotic regulations for livestock
Career & Personal Finance
These are the most common happiness traps at work – and how to get out of them
Terms you may be using that offend women at work
9 podcasts to help you reach your 2019 career goals
Expert tips for tackling your income taxes
The Financial Diet
Arts, Culture & Food
The Collective Quarterly
What is Canadian Cuisine Anyway?
Does the Decay of Toronto’s Former Architectural Gems Predict Condoland’s Future?
Exploring Toronto’s Sewers
Behind the Scenes at the AGO’s Conservation Department
Why Aren’t There More Elite Female Bartenders in Toronto?
Amazing Day Trips from Toronto: Prince Edward County
Big Things are on Display at the ROM
10 Venues That Shaped Toronto’s Live Music Scene
Free Stuff to do in Toronto: 26 Amazing Activities that will Cost You $0
Vintage Stores in Toronto: 10 Shops with Unique Finds
Things to do with Kids in Toronto: 21 Children-Friendly Attractions