SAMPLES OF MY WRITING
AT HEIGHT OF CRISIS, WALGREENS HANDLED NEARLY ONE IN FIVE OF THE MOST ADDICTIVE OPIOIDS
Published on The Washington Post website on Nov. 7, 2019
As part of the team covering opioids at The Post’s investigative desk, I was responsible for tracking court filings and finding documents for our projects. In addition, for this story, I public record requested about 30 states’ pharmacy boards. I wrote about that process in this Twitter thread.
A BARBER SHOP ON WHEELS. 'IT'S PARADISE IN THE HOOD, YOU KNOW?'
Published on A1 in The South Florida Sun Sentinel's Sunday paper on August 12, 2018
This light-hearted story pokes fun at an unusual business: a mobile barbershop. I took a business profile and elevated it with information about a recent traffic stop that affected the barber's plans to expand.
SCOT PETERSON HAD NO DUTY TO STOP SCHOOL SHOOTING, HIS ATTORNEYS SAY
Published on A1 in The South Florida Sun Sentinel on June 16, 2018
Many have called him a coward, but former sheriff’s deputy Scot Peterson had no legal duty to stop the slaughter at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, his attorneys say. Peterson took shelter rather than confront the killer, but he did not act with malice or bad faith, according to his attorneys.
BREAKING: POLICE ID MAN SOUGHT IN FATAL WEST PALM SHOOTINGS OF MOTHER, DAUGHTER
Published on The Palm Beach Post website on Dec. 29, 2017
An epilogue I wrote about a mother and her 11-year-old daughter, who were shot at their home in West Palm Beach. The story also shares details about the progress of the search for the shooter and a criminal investigation.
MY MULTIMEDIA SKILLS
I hosted on a WUFT radio channel called Reading Radio Service, in which me and three other students offered a weekly 30-minute show on where and how to travel for a sight-impaired audience. We interacted live on radio gearing our scripted and non-scripted dialogue toward people who couldn't see.