Grace Rubenstein is a journalist and media producer specializing in public health, behavioral health and immigration. Her stories — told variously in words, photos, audio and video — have appeared in TheAtlantic.com, New York Times, Boston Globe, Sacramento Bee, San Francisco’s Bay Citizen, and Parenting and Edutopia magazines. She is the multimedia editor for TED Books and a contributor at KQED radio and the Center for Investigative Reporting. Grace speaks fluent Spanish, can’t resist a good salsa beat, and has lived in Mexico and reported stories across languages. She is a fourth-generation San Franciscan. Find more about Grace at gracerubenstein.com.
Feature Stories by Grace
- Mezcal’s Dance with Extinction (writer & photographer/videographer)
- How Far Can Beer Science Go? (writer)
- The best bicycle seats on the planet: A factory tour (writer & photographer/videographer)
Galleries by Grace
- View “How an Artisan Makes Mezcal” (photographer & writer)