I like to write, ask questions, and tell stories with sound.
I am a bilingual writer, podcaster, and storyteller with precise communication skills, experience in audio production, and a drive to tell clear, creative stories.
I host and produce the storytelling podcast Rearview; write fiction and poetry; and am a production assistant at Baobab Tree Studios in the exceptional city of New Haven, Connecticut. A word nerd and language lover, I've completed intensive training in empathetic, non-directive, active listening techniques and am fluent in French.
I graduated from Wesleyan University in 2019, where I studied French, art history, and creative writing, and am now earning my master's degree from the Middlebury School of French. I wrote my thesis on the role of the female body in the work of French contemporary author Annie Ernaux.
I get excited about French literature, feminist podcasts, fresh-ground peanut butter, and running.