Noah Smith studied at Oxford University (St. Catz) and the University of Michigan, graduating magna cum laude with a degree in anthropology.
His writing, photos, and videos have appeared in The Washington Post, The New York Times, The Guardian (UK), Fortune Magazine, Haaretz (Israel), The Observer New Review (UK), International New York Times, The Oakland Press, Pew Research Center, Nieman Lab, The Marker (Israel), Chicago Tribune, Boston Globe, Baltimore Sun, Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Austin American-Statesman, The New Zealand Herald, Seattle Times, El Nuevo Herald, San Antonio Express-News, Las Vegas Sun, Houston Chronicle, Finans (Denmark), MSN, Sydney Morning Herald (Australia), Parade Magazine, The Diplomatic Club Magazine, and Digital First Media newspapers throughout the U.S. Midwest, amongst others.
He has also been a guest on BBC Radio, CGTN (CCTV) to discuss Middle East policy, KOMO (ABC) Radio News, and Checkpoint XP, a nationally-syndicated radio program about esports.
Previously, Noah worked in Israel as a foreign correspondent for multiple Digital First Media newspapers in the U.S. He is a member of the International Federation of Journalists as well as SAG-AFTRA. Noah completed the RISC (Reporters Instructed In Saving Colleagues) course in 2015.
Several of his articles have been cited in academic journals (SAGE Publishing), business consulting reports (Deloitte), and by other news media internationally.
Noah is currently producing an unscripted TV series on the marijuana industry and on the Israeli military, both of which are curently in development with LA-based studios.