I'm writing a narrative non-fiction book about the Right to Die, which will be published in 2020 by Saint Martin's Press (US) and Atlantic Books (Europe). I'm represented by Georgina Capel of Georgina Capel Associates (London) and William Callahan of Inkwell Management Literary Agency (NYC).
The first taste of my book was published by California Sunday magazine.
Previously, I worked as a foreign correspondent for VICE News and VICE News Tonight, based in London. I covered extremism, far-Right populism and terrorism, among other subjects. Before that, I was a roaming Europe reporter for Maclean's: Canada's largest news magazine. I wrote feature articles from across the continent and won a Canada National Magazine Award for my coverage of Ukraine's Euromaidan revolution. My writing has appeared in The New York Times, The Guardian, The Financial Times, FT Weekend Magazine, Foreign Policy, The Atlantic, The New Republic, Salon, Slate, Discover, World Policy Journal, CNN and BBC History.
In a former life, I was a graduate student of History and Philosophy at Oxford University. This Radiolab podcast — about colonial crimes in Kenya and British government efforts to hush them up — is a good example of my history-focused reporting. So is this short documentary film for NBC News: about the modern-day legacy of Nazi science. And this one, about Communist spies in Albania. At Oxford, I was a researcher for the historian Timothy Garton Ash and contributed to his latest book, Free Speech.
I have a Masters of Philosophy from Oxford University (St. Antony's College), studying on a Sassoon Scholarship and Dahrendorf Programme Fellowship.
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