I’m David Levin, a freelance science and technology writer based in Boston, where I’ve spent nearly two decades producing audiointeractivevideo, and text pieces for media outlets around the country (including NPR’s All Things Considered, Living on Earth, Here and Now, Knowable Magazine, and Smithsonian.org.) In the course of my work, I’ve interviewed Nobel laureates, flown in homemade aircraft, chased tornadoes through the midwest, and spent a month at sea with scientists studying exotic life on the ocean floor. Before freelancing, I worked as a web producer at NOVA, the PBS science series, where I created and hosted the show’s award-winning podcast. Along the way, I’ve earned fellowships from the National Center for Atmospheric Research, Carnegie Mellon University, and the Marine Biological Laboratory. I have a music degree, and I’m not afraid to use it.