“Is ‘Russian Doll’ the First Post-Ayahuasca Television Show?”: A 2200-word (roughly 10-minute read) article on the hit Netflix series viewed through the lens of psychedelics and enthoegens, 2019.
“Toad and Me, or: Smoking Amphibian Venom for Psycho-Spiritual Health”: A 2900-word (roughly 12-minute read) companion piece to the Portland Monthly piece below, and focused more on my personal experience with medicine-assisted therapy, 2019.
“Head Trip: Are Psychedelics the Breakthrough Therapy Drug?”: A 780-word (roughly 3.5 minute read) article on Portland’s growing underground medicine-assisted therapy movement, Portland Monthly Magazine, 2019
“The Father of Cannabis Research”: A 700-word (roughly 3-minute) blog on Dr. Raphael Mechoulam, the discoverer of both cannabinoids and the endocannabinoid system, 2016
“Eyes Wide Shut”: A four-hour, five-part podcast on the intersection of cannabis and insomnia. A total pleasure to research, write, and see to fruition. Produced for Zana Medical, a fascinating Bay Area cannabis startup.
Though since absorbed back into NOAH (Network for Oregon Affordable Housing), I wanted to highlight the incredible work of the folks at MPower Oregon, an organization dedicated to building efficiency, sustainability and resilience into affordable housing. I was fortunate enough to collaborate by researching and writing blogs, a podcast, even producing a video for a grant application. 2016-17 (Note: Do not ask me to produce your video. Call a professional.)