I'm a staff writer at The Ringer, where I focus on in-depth, narrative-driven feature stories across sports, culture, and technology.
I previously worked at Grantland and ESPN: The Magazine, and I've also written for The New York Times and Sports Illustrated, among others.
I wrote "The Defender: Manute Bol's journey from Sudan to the NBA and back again," a multimedia ebook published by The Atavist. It's available on the Kindle, as well as for the iPhone and iPad. It was named a finalist for the 2011 Livingston Award in International Reporting. The Wall Street Journal reviewed it here.
Here are a few of my notable pieces:
I've reported in Sudan, Turkey, Ivory Coast, India, Israel, and Cameroon, as well as throughout the U.S. and Europe. I graduated from UC Berkeley's Graduate School of Journalism in 2010. I currently live in Nashville, Tennessee.