Ambitious and entrepreneurial lawyer-turned-multimedia journalist focused on travel and wildlife conservation. After three years of practicing law, I put law aside to pursue my primary passions: conservation, travel, and storytelling. I subsequently: completed several month-long volunteering stints with Namibian conservation organisations; spent a year writing for the Wildlife Conservation Society; published conservation and travel articles with a wide range of magazines and newspapers, from National Geographic Traveler and The New York Times to The Economist and Popular Science; and presented/produced a digital segment for Earth Touch News. In 2016, I graduated from the University of Cambridge with a Masters of Philosophy in conservation. I wrote my dissertation on conservation storytelling and now work in London as a freelance journalist and conservation communications consultant.