I used to think I wanted to be a vet, biologist, designer or a judge—it changed all the time. It hit me that I really didn’t want to be any of those things every day, but that through a career in journalism, I could immerse myself in a number of topics that interest me. My quest to dive into a good story has even helped me in my current day job as a content strategist.
I’ve developed a serious obsession with telling stories and helping others do the same, whether they be professional writers or experts within their own subject matter. My passion has allowed me to fall into the world of design, hungry restaurateurs, sweaty NFL players, beautiful survivors, philanthropic endeavors, politicians and gardeners. I’ve also fallen for community and the people from every walk of life who simply make things happen. My eyes are open to the stimulants that make a city tick.
These are all things that interest me and make me wonder what I get to learn today? Let’s talk.
Fast Company, “The Making of an Icon: How the ‘Peace for Paris’ Sign Spread Around the World”
Dorothy Lane Market, “Grain-to-Oven: Our Turkey Red Wheat Bread”
Print, “40 Days of Dating: Will Opposites Attract?”
Edible Ohio Valley, “Vines of the Rhine”