I have reported for 15 years from the Americas as a freelance radio and print journalist. My work has appeared on NPR, the BBC World Service, the CBC, Vice, Gatopardo and radio stations across Mexico, Central America and Haiti. I have led international reporting projects, recruiting, mentoring and editing the work of talented young reporters in Latin America and Canada. I currently write about climate change and climate modelling, with a focus on the developing world.
Audio is intimate. A microphone can go places a camera can't, and sound creates images in the head, not just the eyes.
I make websites and apps for journalists, researchers and storytellers, harnessing a variety of technologies from speech recognition to 3D maps to machine learning.
I have taught radio journalism, robotics, soccer and English in lecture halls, offices towers, mud huts, fields and cell phone screens in Canada and Mexico.
From Latin American current affairs and Python programming to fixing a broken down washing machine and writing tips from the sock drawer.