In my years moonlighting as a freelance science writer, I have published articles in print magazines such as the Berkeley Science Review and Berkeley Optometry Magazine as well as on websites including Live Science, Business Insider, Mental Floss, Greatist, and more. Most of the articles I write as a freelancer are intended for all audiences, no matter how much or how little prior knowledge of the subject readers may have. In my freelance work, I cover science—primarily biology—along with health and medicine.
Links to a few of the nontechnical pieces I have published as a freelance science writer are included below. As is apparent from this selection of articles, I have experience writing everything from entertaining (yet informative) listicles to sprawling features. For additional samples of my nontechnical work, please contact me.
In addition to working as a freelance science writer, I also have a full-time role producing technical scientific and medical articles. To view examples of my technical writing, which is intended for audiences with specialized scientific or medical backgrounds, please click here.