A good journalist can never compromise on the truth. It’s what good reporting is made of. A good journalist always needs to remember—the people have the right to know.
All my life I’ve lived by that credo. Never in my reporting have I lied to my reader. I strongly believe journalism has to be honest, straightforward, and tell the whole truth.
I have worked in journalism for over 15 years, starting my career as a business reporter and later working as a news editor, online editor, head of online, and an editor-in-chief. In 1999, I was a runner-up for the Bonnier prize, an investigative journalism award given in Estonia by a Swedish publishing group.
Writing is what I do best. It’s what makes me happy.
I’ve been freelancing as a journalist since the beginning of 2008, writing articles and features to
various outlets. And since sometimes a picture is worth of a thousand words, I take photos, too.
Living in the U.S. puts me in the center of many events from politics to entertainment. But for a good
story I also travel abroad, to see and capture the essence of it, to talk to people amid the story
and to see it with my own eyes.
I am an expert in politics, history, the Holocaust and Middle Eastern affairs, and I also write a lot
of travel features.
I write in both English and Estonian. I can arrange translations to other languages as well.
If you’re interested, please do not hesitate to get in touch!