I am currently an editorial fellow at CityLab, The Atlantic's urbanization vertical, where I primarily cover equity. In my spare time, I write about religion, race, and resilience. My freelance work has been featured in The New York Times, NPR, and BuzzFeed, among others. 


Meet the Sikh Motorcycle Club of the Northeast (BuzzFeed Reader}

Nuns of Harlem {The New York Times}

Why New York City Created Its Own Fund to Bail People Out of Jail {CityLab}

When Nuns Tried to Kickstart India's First Transgender School {The Atlantic} 

How 11 Immigrant Women Wear Their Identities {BuzzFeed Reader}

Congressional Gridlock is Putting Flint's Pipe Replacement in Peril {CityLab}

Indian-American Church Basketball is a World All Its Own {Deadspin}

How ID Laws Disenfranchise Voters In the Wake of a Hurricane {CityLab}

Late Night Love {Mother Tongues}

How Houses of Worship Help Immigrants Adjust to Life in America {CityLab}

Beauty as an Oral Tradition {Lenny Letter}

Products of the Soil: Identity Crisis in an Indian Catholic Church {NPR}

Preserving the Legacy of Bengali Harlem {CityLab}

The Maid's Tale(s) {Medium}

On Photojournalism and Exploitation {The Toast}

Arrival  {Mother Tongues}


8 AAPI Creatives on the State of Representation in Teen Vogue

On Religion, Race, and the Life of a Freelance Journalist in Common Ground