I currently write for Reviewed.com, which is a division of USA Today. Whether it's a video game you control with your vagina or a dating app that matches you based on things you hate, I usually write about unique products that spark conversation. I've also done a lot of work for other digital publications.
I consider myself a versatile writer capable of crafting think pieces, reviews, editorial articles, feature stories, and more. I've written for high traffic websites such as StarWars.com, Geek & Sundry, The Mary Sue, Kill Screen, Paste Magazine, ZAM, Luna Luna Magazine, FemHype, Not Your Mama's Gamer, Bitch Flicks, Unwinnable, and The Tempest. From examining the portrayal of a female character in a video game to a personal essay about my own struggles with mental illness, I try to be as thoughtful as possible. Though my writing career is my primary focus, I have many other passions too.
I manage a YouTube channel called Hyrule Hyrulia, where I highlight independent games and women working in the industry. My channel features compelling discussions with Ashly Burch (Life is Strange/HAWP), Patrick Klepek (Kotaku), Nina Freeman (Cibele), Amanda Gardner (Perception), and more. I strive to make my channel a safe, positive space for non-conforming people. I'm also the host of It's Fucking Tea Time, a podcast where women discuss pop culture over tea. We cover a wide range of topics such as the theme of love in video games and the representation of three dimensional children in Studio Ghibli films.
Lastly, I'm an interviewer for The Mary Sue. I'm responsible for leading in-depth discussions with game developers, writers, voice actors, and comic book artists. In the past, I've interviewed Ashley Eckstein, the voice of Ahsoka Tano from Clone Wars and Star Wars Rebels, Ken Levine from Irrational Games, Marjorie Liu, the author of Monstress, and Courtenay Taylor, the voice of the female survivor from Fallout 4. Recently, I interviewed Erica Luttrell, the voice of Emily Kaldwin from Dishonored 2.