Bringing new school insight to old school sports journalism.
I'm currently a sports journalist based outside of Chicago, IL and freelancing for the Chicago Tribune, Chicago's-largest newspaper and Forbes.com covering different aspects of the Chicago sports scene. I'm also a staff writer for Baseball Prospectus-Wrigleyville and Baseball Prospectus-South Side covering different aspects of Chicago baseball including analysis pieces and features.
I graduated from Oral Roberts University with a degree in Convergence Journalism and a minor in business administration in 2017. During those four years, I wrote for The Oracle, ORU's student-run newspaper serving as the sports editor and lead-columnist for the last two years. I was selected as a sports reporting intern at the Daily Herald, in Summer 2016, where I covered the 2016 World Series champion Chicago Cubs and Chicago White Sox as well as other sporting events around the city.
Besides the Chicago Tribune, Baseball Prospectus, and the Daily Herald, I've also been featured on Bleacher Report and have made an appearance on ABC 7 News Chicago and WCKG 1530 as a contributor.
When I'm not interviewing athletes and writing stories, you can catch me with an aux cord in my hand, because I love music and chances are I know every 90's R&B classic you can think of.
Journalism can never be silent: that is its greatest virtue and its greatest fault. It must speak, and speak immediately, while the echoes of wonder, the claims of triumph and the signs of horror are still in the air.