Jack is a science writer based in Washington D.C. who covers natural history and the environment. He loves uncovering new stories from old museum collections and highlighting the quirks of both strange and familiar species. His writing has appeared in The New York Times, National Geographic, Scientific American, The Atlantic, Hakai Magazine, Johns Hopkins Magazine, Smithsonian Magazine and other popular science publications.
Jack recently graduated from the University of Southern California where he studied Environmental Studies and English and is currently completing a Masters in Science Writing at Johns Hopkins University. He has always been fascinated by fossils, reptiles and amphibians, and is passionate about capturing their curious nature through writing, photography and art. No matter where he goes, he’s always on the lookout for a natural history museum or national park!