I'm a storyteller, plain and simple. I write stories for print and digital consumer publications and help community nonprofits and small businesses tell their tales to reach and engage with current and future supporters.
Over the past 10+ years working in journalism and communications, I've written on myriad topics, ranging from healthy aging to growing brassicas and shoemaking to green building. I've interviewed musical acts from Sarah Lee Guthrie to Ladysmith Black Mambazo. And, I've edited children's publications and self-help books alike.
I can't wait to see what the next decade has in store...
Produced content for Deltec Homes' marketing magazine, 180.
Team members at Mass General’s Neurological Clinical Research Institute (NCRI) are confident that big data can lead to big results and huge gains in clinical research.
If you’re in Mills River and want to talk dairy farming, you go see S.O.B. But don’t be alarmed: Sweet Ol’ Bradley is the locals’ name for Bradley Johnston, a third-generation farmer who knows the industry inside and out.
The story idea for Leanna Sain's first romance novel came to her on a holiday typically more gruesome than glamorous: Halloween.
Matt Parris took hummus from a side revenue stream to the company's main course.
James Sutherland and Sean Park know the downsides of working in the restaurant industry all too well: low wages and that feeling you're going nowhere fast.
As the daughter of a contractor, Maggie Minor spent her childhood on construction sites. She’d sit in the empty rooms while her mother worked and make her own 3-D movies.
Five years ago, a visitor to what is now Duck Dance Farm, a four-acre property nestled in the South Toe area of Burnsville, could have gone fishing...
Casual collectors and connoisseurs alike are quick to call Peter Chumbley's work "folk art," and he doesn't argue with them. But he certainly doesn't affix the label to it himself.
Asheville artisan Jessica Brommer might just be the next big name in shoes. But if her first and last never roll off the tongues of fashionistas, she's okay with it.
Rattle off a list of odd jobs, and chances are Ashley English has held most of them.
Grass is much maligned these days by allergy sufferers and lazy mowers alike. But not by area cheesemakers.
Developed editorial plan and created content for the annual consumer guide.
Involved in conception/ideation; wrote script.