I am a Canadian National Magazine Award-winning journalist. For the past year-and-a-half, I have reported on the rise of President Donald Trump and the first year of his administration—most recently as a staff writer covering U.S. politics in Newsweek's London bureau.
My interests, however, are wide-ranging and I've written regularly about current affairs, including the environment, trade, foreign policy, the UK and British government, and surveillance.
I am often called on to share my thoughts about the U.S. political scene and Canada in a global context and have frequently appeared on BBC World News, BBC Scotland, and Monocle Radio's The Globalist. You can listen to more radio spots and projects here.
My past work as a foreign correspondent has appeared in two of Canada's leading dailies: The Globe and Mail and Toronto Star.
Other work has appeared in Vice UK, and stories of mine have been syndicated by Postmedia News in Canada. I also worked as a daily reporter for Metro News in Ottawa and as digital editor at Canadian Geographic magazine.