I'm a writer and photographer. A burgeoning activist as well, no longer tied to the fake constraint of objectivity. I currently live and work in Boston, doing my best to write about what matters.
Current and past work includes: Living / Arts staff writer and music critic for The Boston Globe. Previously, I reported on Massachusetts' state government for the State House News Service. My writing has been featured in various outlets, including NPR, WBUR, POLITICO, Masslive, Commonwealth Magazine, The Berkshire Eagle, and The Lowell Sun. I am also the music director of WRBB 104.9 FM, Northeastern University’s student-run radio station. I also served as the city editor of Northeastern’s independent newspaper, The Huntington News, and currently work for them remotely as a copyeditor.
Outside of this, I host a weekly variety radio program that discusses new music, current events and Latinx culture. It airs on Sundays from 9 to 10 pm on wrbbradio.org. I also love to cook, read political theory, listen to podcasts, and [sometimes] run.
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