A native of the Greater Portland-Vancouver metro area, Tyler Adamson came to Seattle in 2010 to attend the University of Washington and has lived here ever since. After studying Molecular Biology and Anthropology, he worked for several local companies and organizations, from Amazon to PATH. He continues to be an active volunteer at Bailey-Boushay House and with local Urban Indian organizations. You can find him biking around the city, eating at local restaurants, or hiking through any mountain or forest he can spot, or as is the case more often than not, cooking and baking in his kitchen, followed up with being curled up on the couch with a good book. He is excited to work with Crosscut because of its uniqueness in valuing and prioritizing younger generations in its work. And furthermore, providing news that has widening scope and is relevant to local communities.