Since 2008, I’ve covered everything from North Korean trains to American-made appliances. I’ve written about automotive technology, design trends, food and drink, and music for outlets as diverse as Wired, AtlasObscura, CityLab, and Car and Driver. Sometimes I take the photos, too.
A New Wave of Upcoming Luxury EVs Takes Aim at Tesla — Consumer Reports, Dec. 2018
Experts Predict More Crashes, New Risks in Era of Automated Driving Systems — Consumer Reports, Oct. 2018
A Symbol of Spain’s Housing Crisis Finds a Community — CityLab, Aug. 2017
10 foreign TV shows you should be streaming right now — Reviewed, Aug. 2017
Here’s why these companies still make kitchen tools in the USA — Reviewed, March 2017
Meet Mr. Washing Machine, the New CEO of LG — USA Today, Dec. 2016
Why Brazil’s State-Sponsored Brass Bands Are Constantly Playing Phil Collins — Atlas Obscura, Oct. 2016
All Aboard the DMZ Train — CityLab, July 2016. A trip aboard South Korea’s tourist train to the border. Text and photos.
Why Boston’s Cash-Strapped Transit System Is Piloting Lower Fares for Students — CityLab, March 2015. The MBTA’s Youth and University passes are the result of years of activism.
Will High-Tech Mass Transit Fares Leave Too Many Riders Behind? — CityLab, March 2014. Equity concerns surround a new ticket and schedule app coming to Long Island.
Hack To The Future — Car and Driver, August 2011. How hackers and carmakers are battling for control of your ride.
When Active Safety Systems Fail, Who Pays? — Wired.com, June 2011
15 Awesome Supercars The Feds Won’t Seize — Wired.com, March 2011
Zero-Emission Vehicle Regulations Get Tougher for 2012 — Car and Driver, December 2010
Dorasan Station, South Korea. Photo Credit: Keith Barry