My bylines and production credits can be found in The Believer, The BMJ, Buzzfeed, CBC Radio’s The Current, Columbia Journalism Review, The Conversation, Foreign Policy, The Guardian, Longreads, OZY, PRI’s The World, Reuters, TIME, The Wall Street Journal, and WIRED Magazine . I was a contributor to the Dictionary of Caribbean and Afro-Latin American Biography, and worked on three seasons of the Peabody- and Emmy-winning Netflix series Hip-Hop Evolution. A selection of published longform magazine stories, narrative journalism, and radio documentary work is collected below:

Trouble in Worker’s Paradise

A look at how Portugal transformed into a hotspot for remote work tourists and the long-term consequences for residents. Published online as “Welcome to Digital Nomadland.”
WIRED Magazine, March 2023. Longform.
Editor: Camille Bromley.
Republished in WIRED Japan and in WIRED en Español.
Featured on Longreads.
Available on Audm.

The Watchman

Profile of Anas Arameyaw Anas, Ghana’s most-feared undercover journalist, and his Tiger Eye investigative team.
The Columbia Journalism Review, June 2019. Longform.
Editor: Camille Bromley.

It was a Sunday

Profile of one survivor of the Quebec City mosque attack, and the split-second choice that changed his life forever.
The Current, CBC, January 2018. Radio documentary.
Editor: Joan Webber.

For G-d So Loved Haiti

On the tangled histories of Vodou and the Pentecostal movement.
The Believer, January 2018. Longform.
Editor: Joshua Wolf Shenk.
Republished in Portuguese, Granta.
Featured on Longreads.

Portugal’s radical drugs policy is working. Why isn’t the rest of the world copying it?

On the intimate stories behind Portugal’s decision to decriminalize all drugs. (A shorter version of Decriminalization: A Love Story.)
The Guardian, December 2017. Longform.
Featured on Longreads.

Decriminalization: A Love Story

On the intimate stories behind Portugal’s decision to decriminalize all drugs.
The Common, November 2017. Longform.
Editor: Jennifer Acker.
Republished in Italian, The Passenger.
Selected as a Top Five Read of the Week by Longreads.

Dance Revolution: How Disaster And Tragedy Spawned A Radical Music Movement In Haiti

On rabòday, the enfant terrible of Haitian EDM, and its deep roots.
Buzzfeed, July 2015. Longform.
Editor: Reggie Ugwu.

A Haitian artist fights to preserve the Vodou religion

The World, PRI, January 2014. Radio documentary.

Haitians Rediscover the Melancholy Music of Beken

The World, PRI, March 2013. Radio documentary.

Lanse kòd animate Jacmel Carnival

Dispatches, CBC Radio One, March 2012. Radio documentary.