Micaela graduated from Duke University in 2018 with a degree in Environmental Science and Policy. Long tackling the balance between science and the humanities, she is passionate about science communication through both the lens of a camera and the written word. She finds writing and photography as some of the most compelling ways to engage a larger audience when it comes to environmental issues. Fortunate enough to live out of a suitcase for the past few years, she has spent time researching in the cloud forests of Ecuador to the fiords of New Zealand and the ecological reserves of Patagonia. Post graduation, she spent time in Southern Africa documenting environmental issues and now works as a climate associate for Alameda County in California. When not working, you can find her behind the lens of camera, hiking, climbing and exploring.
In No Roaming Charges, Micaela delves into all things environmentally-minded travel, from around the world to various Durham adventures. She further explores the documentation of the environment through photography, art and film.