Sculpting Science into Story.
I see stories behind science—the mystery of a scientific question, the detectives on the case, the data revealed, the thrill of unearthing the solution… and even more questions. I want to tell these stories to people who think they have no interest in science, and hopefully change their minds.
More than just sculpting a story, I know that science communication is about identifying your audience and resonating with them on their terms. Because of this, I practice and teach science communication using an assortment of tools: audio and video, live presentations and slide decks, images and infographics, websites and blogs.
I’m a public speaking coach, a social media consultant, and a web developer. Currently, I build science communication tools for the University of Washington School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences
and train science graduate students to effectively communicate their research to the public at The Engage Program
I’m looking for new opportunities. Take a look at my recent projects, and please get in touch if you like what you see.