Within my graduate training as a scientist, there was little room for mastering outreach. In the absence of that training, I practiced science communication on my own, authoring the blog Powered by Osteons since 2003 and becoming a go-to expert for science journalists. This turn into public intellectualism then led to more opportunities for me to translate high level anthropological and archaeological research for a general audience.
Since May 2015, I have also been writing as a contributor at Forbes in the areas of anthropology, archaeology, and the classical Greek and Roman world, and since February 2016, I have also been contributing to Mental Floss, with a focus on skeletons and the classical world. Prior to that, I wrote for the British pop-sci magazine Science Uncovered. I am a member of the National Association of Science Writers.
AS SEEN IN
Award for Excellence in Public Education, Society for American Archaeology (2017)
New Directions Award for Public Anthropology, American Anthropological Association (2016)