Currently, I'm The Bulletin's special projects reporter. I focus my reporting on long-term, investigative, data and solutions stories, as well as general assignment projects as necessary. Part of my work includes testing innovative efforts to move The Bulletin's coverage forward, including interactive web graphics and live engagement events with community members.
I started at The Bulletin during summer 2020, when I was a reporter at The Bulletin in Bend, Oregon, through the Charles Snowden Program for Excellence in Journalism, an internship program for Oregon's emerging journalists.
As an intern, I was a general assignment reporter covering everything from wildfires to child care, protests to county fairs. I wrote several stories on an emerging racial justice movement in Central Oregon, and other reporting was used in national coverage of ICE detentions in Bend that were blocked by protesters and later carried out by armed federal agents.