I’m a longtime tech reporter living in Washington, D.C. and work for POLITICO’s tech reporting team. My prime focus is on Capitol Hill and the FCC, where I write about hearings, legislation, and telecom and media policy issues such as net neutrality, broadband deployment, and antitrust dominating this constantly changing field.
Before POLITICO, I spent five years honing my telecommunications policy knowledge at Communications Daily, an award-winning trade publication that’s led tech and telecom industry reporting for decades.
Past gigs including writing about Washington, D.C. transportation policy and a year as a writer and web producer for The Atlantic magazine as part of their fellowship program. I’m a native St. Louisan who earned a Master’s degree in journalism as well as bachelor’s degrees in magazine journalism and history from the University of Missouri (graduate thesis: quantitative research on how snark affects newsreaders).
Currently a resident of D.C.’s Mt. Pleasant neighborhood, I spend my personal time reading in the local coffee shops, devising new travel plans, and catching movies and concerts when I can. Check out past work on this website and feel free to drop me a note.