For the Detroit Jewish News, I wrote about the secret double life of my great-grandfather, Otto Schirn. Otto was an Austrian Jew who came to America in 1941; I found that he spent a year documenting the rise of the Austrian Nazi movement under a Belgian pen name though he never spoke about this journalistic career with his post-war American family.

I wrote about my experience being seemingly overcharged for a COVID test organized by my local town government. (The New York Times later reported on this testing company — their reporting included information I obtained through public records requests.)

I interviewed violinist and activist Lara St. John about the #MeToo movement and the changes she believes it has sparked in the classical music industry. 

I was interviewed by the Columbia Journalism Review to talk about my first piece of investigative reporting for the student newspaper.

I contributed a piece for BridgeMichigan about problems with the University of Michigan's COVID dashboard — days after publication, the University overhauled the dashboard.