I discovered an affinity for technical writing in the sixth grade after preparing an exhaustive guide to making a peanut butter sandwich, complete with an instruction to remove the bread from the bag.
I have several years of professional experience writing user documentation, most recently with a focus on security engineering. I am a contributing writer on documentation for Tink, an open-source cryptographic library, and am credited in multiple chapters of the O’Reilly book, Building Secure and Reliable Systems.
I understand the value of writing that is clear, concise, and collegial.
When I’m not pondering my role in the thrilling future of online support documentation, I’m an essayist, avid non-fiction reader, and charmingly skeptical crank.
I am not currently open to freelance requests.