I am a journalist based in Pakistan covering climate, technology and human rights. My reporting has appeared in Foreign Policy, VICE, Slate, BuzzFeed News, and other publications.

My work has been supported by fellowships from the South Asian Journalism Association, One World Media and the EU Journalism Fund. I was a 2020 journalism fellow with FASPE, Fellowships at Auschwitz for the Study of Professional Ethics. And in 2021, I was among the 10 journalists — from a pool of 200 from 55 countries — shortlisted for the Thomson Foundation’s Young Journalist Award.

I have received trainings from the International Center for Journalists, the Dart Center for Journalism and Trauma, and the Center for Excellence in Journalism. I am also a member of the Oxford Climate Journalism Network‘s third cohort. The Network is a program of the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism at the University of Oxford and is designed to help journalists develop their reporting on the climate crisis.

I have been teaching journalism courses to undergraduate students at Habib University since January 2021 and hold a Master’s degree in Near Eastern Studies & Journalism from NYU, where I was a Falak Sufi Scholar.