A journalist and admirer of all things wild, researching complex intersectional issues of climate grief, ecological justice, arts and storytelling that seek deeper understanding and meaning
Can we reimagine a way to be human that doesn’t cause so much suffering for others? How can we reimagine ourselves as being a part of, not apart from, the more than human world? And how do we make space for the hard conversations, individually and collectively? These are the questions that inform most of my work.
I am a writer, researcher, journalist and admirer of all things wild. My writing and researching in the field of environmental humanities has been focused on the complex intersectional issues of climate grief, ecological justice, and on arts and storytelling as mediums that seek deeper understanding and meaning. I am very interested to connect with artists, writers and researchers working in similar areas.
In 2020, I went on a personal climate strike that I documented on a blog.