Here you will find some of my published work. My stories have run in a variety of publications, including The Baltimore Sun, The New York Times, McClatchy and others.

I was a lead reporter on this student powered University of Maryland investigation on state sponsored gambling and its impact on players and communities.

The Khadija Project

After the arrest of Azeri journalist, Khadija Ismayilova, her colleagues at the Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project carried on her reporting. This project is the culmination of that work. I worked as a researcher, tracking the offshore holdings on Azerbaijan’s first family. The project was awarded the IRE Tom Renner Award in 2015.

Theatre of War: How a French Fraudster Climbed the World of International Arms Dealing

I led research on this investigation of a French-Polish fraudster, Pierre Dadak who lived a lavish lifestyle while styling himself as an arms dealer.

City Liquor Board Tells State of Reforms in Place, Others unfinished

Part of several stories covering Baltimore’s liquor board, its reforms and the businesses and neighborhoods affected.

The Winding Money Trail from Kazakhstan to Trump Soho

As part of an investigative team I worked on this story that showed the specific offshore companies that were used to route more than $3 million linked to a massive fraud case in Kazakhstan into a Trump-branded property.

NYC Street Art Makes Statement for Human Rights in Iran

My interview with Canadian-Iranian journalist, Maziar Bahari, on his “Not a Crime” campaign in New York City in 2015.

Maryland Democrats Continue to Press Hogan on School Construction Funding

An election year story as Marylanders headed to the polls, electing their first Republican governor in 12 years.

How Republican Larry Hogan won in Blue Maryland

A post election analysis piece on how Larry Hogan managed to upset Anthony Brown and become Maryland’s governor.

Taxi v. Uber in NYC, According to the Drivers Behind the Wheel

In the summer of 2015, I followed the regulatory dispute between Uber and New York City’s yellow cab drivers. This is the story of their experiences.

Farewell FAO Schwarz: Last Day of Business at NYC Toy Store

Light hearted story on the closing of a beloved, NYC institution.