I’m a freelance writer, editor, video creator and content strategist with a demonstrated history of leadership, innovation, and success in digital media. I create works that expand the present moment’s frame of reference to include the lessons of the past and the possibilities of the future.
I’m currently Editor at The Long Now Foundation, a San Francisco-based non-profit fostering long-term thinking and responsibility through diverse projects aiming to inspire, educate, and challenge our concepts of the future. I also write freelance features for Medium’s magazine. Previously, I was Head of Video at Timeline, an award-winning media startup that placed today’s news in historical context. During my time, we achieved over 100 million video views and won Apple’s News App of the Year.
Before that, I worked at the intersection of media and technology with the award-winning Zeega team. GoPop, our app for visual conversation, was acquired by BuzzFeed in 2015. Zeega, a pioneering web platform empowering anyone to tell interactive stories by mixing their own media with maps, video clips, memes, and anything else they could find online, was used by storytellers around the world, and anticipated the next generation of interactive, multimedia communication.
I was a 2012-13 Fellow at metaLAB (at) Harvard, where I directed an interactive documentary on the meaning of home in the global, technologized age. I am a graduate of Reed College, where I wrote the definitive biography of religious scholar Frederic Spiegelberg for my senior thesis.
I’m based in Barcelona and San Francisco. Contact me below if you’re interested in collaborating. My freelance clients have included SAP, Revive & Restore, 2U, The Point Foundation, Howard Rheingold, Take 3 Presents, and the Psychedelic Society.