Adventures of Zee (2016–17)
Trinity University Press
Essay in Coming of Age at the End of Nature (2016)
Cornell Lab of Ornithology
75 species profiles, e.g. Canada Jay (2012–15)
Wildlife-Trafficking Bust Highlights Problems (2012)*
New Generation of Digital Ornithologists (2012)*
Solving an Earth-Sized Puzzle (2017)
Founding Principles video series (2015)
Bowdoin Academic News articles (2013–15)
Bowdoin Daily Sun articles (2013–15)
Bowdoin Magazine articles (2013–14)
Bangor Daily News
Nature in a Jewel Box (2014)
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Don't Call It a Seagull! (2012)*
PLOS Blogs Network
On Paleontologists and Paper Dolls (2011)
A Biogeographical Study of Herbaceous Plants in the Forests of Williamstown, MA (2006)
Worked as communicator for Nordic Society Oikos (February 2019– ).
Sketched seabirds in New Zealand for nine months while living out of an old station wagon, hitching boat rides to remote islands, and writing stories about seabird conservation as Fulbright-National Geographic Digital Storytelling Fellow (2017–18).
Sketched geologic features in Iceland for Bowdoin College (June 2017).
Nest-searched, sketched endemic birds, and worked as communicator on Mount Kinabalu, Borneo, with research crew from University of Montana (March 2017).
Worked as communicator for American Ornithological Society (2015–17).
Banded songbirds, censused heron nests, resighted terns, and sketched wildlife on Stratton Island, Maine, with Audubon's Project Puffin/Seabird Restoration Program (May 2016).
Sketched plants and megafauna in Kenya (December 2015).
Bicycled and sketched across eastern Europe from Pisa to Budapest (May 2015).
Assisted with one month of Black-tailed Godwit research and conservation in Friesland, Netherlands, for University of Groningen (April 2015).
Sketched wildlife in southeast Asia (January–March 2015).
Worked as communicator for Bowdoin College (2013–15).
Worked as science writer for Cornell Lab of Ornithology (2012).
Did master’s thesis on gull taxonomy in Maine and Massachusetts (2011–12).
Sketched birds in southern Florida and Keys (May 2011).
Spent two field seasons researching breeding Nazca Boobies on Isla Española, Galápagos, for Wake Forest University (2009–10).
Surveyed avian diversity by sight, sound, and mist-net capture at three nature reserves in Ecuador jungle and cloud forest (2009).
Went on a three-month birdblogging roadtrip around the western United States (2008).
Drove a lobsterboat from Bar Harbor, Maine, and sketched coastal wildlife (2007–2008).
Contributed to Project Owlnet, HawkWatch, Christmas Bird Count, and International Migratory Bird Day surveys across North America (2005–08).
Worked on farms and sketched on the Iberian Peninsula (2006).
Did undergraduate thesis on forest community ecology in western Massachusetts (2005–6).
See LinkedIn profile.