Kristy Hamilton is a science journalist and forthcoming author with Greystone Books.

Her primary reporting interests include wildlife biology, environmental science, natural resource conflicts, psychology, and most things related to the brain. She has degrees in Journalism and Neuroscience.

Her work has appeared in Hakai Magazine, Science Magazine, Business Insider, Bay Crossings Magazine, Yale News, IFLScience, Seattle Weekly, The International Ocean Film Festival, among others.

Literary Agency Representation: Sterling Lord Literistic Inc.
An agency with a diverse and successful client list, including Pulitzer Prize winners, commercial novelists, and journalists.

In her spare time, she is a hobbyist photographer, capturing everything from trafficked creatures and coral labs to sport climbs and ice core vaults.

Awards/Fellowships/Speaking Events:
WHOI Ocean Science Fellowship Massachusetts, 2019 | Intermountain West Joint Venture, Fire & Invasives in Sagebrush Country Fellow, Nevada, 2019 | Good Food Conference, Moderator - Sustainability in Cell-Based Seafood, San Francisco, 2019 | Planet Home, Panelist - How Can Science Help Us Solve Our Ocean’s Challenges, San Francisco, 2019 | New York Screenplay Contest Official Finalist, New York, 2014 | World Series Screenwriting Finalist, 2013 | Scribendi, 24th edition, Linear Free Fall, Photography. 

"Love your article. Once again, thank you so much for your interest in our work."

- Reuben Shipway

Research Associate, Northeastern University

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