I'm a journalist covering photography, art and visual culture.
Right now, you'll find my work mostly at WIRED, but I've also written for various publications including The Guardian, The Atlantic, Dwell, Hyperallergic and Texas Monthly.
When I'm not writing, I'm most likely hanging out with my daughter Iris and husband Nathan, making a Great British Bake Off-inspired mess in my kitchen, or curled up with a good book.
A Glimpse of Texas History in 23 Photos [texas monthly]
Homes for Refugees: Eight New Designs for Conflict Housing [the guardian]
What Happens When Everyone Makes Maps [the atlantic]
Some Realms I Owned: Elizabeth Bishop in Manhattan [the paris review daily]