Carolyn Neuhausen

Digital Copywriter | Website + Newsletter Strategist | Journalist

United States

Carolyn loves the written word and digital media almost as much as she loves her kitten and yoga.

Homeowner Turned General Contractor 'Curates' Steel and Glass Modern

Miranda Hayes washes a colander of fresh berries, their ripe reds and vibrant blues contrasting the soft gray paint tones of her kitchen. She pours the berries into a bowl as a snack for her son who has just returned home from his last day of middle school and pulls up a stool at the kitchen counter.

Newest Work

Dunn Edwards Specs + Spaces Blog
April Color of the Month: Hint of Spring

Nothing quite says "spring is here" like warm sunlight that shines on pastels like April's Color of the Month Hint of Spring.

Dunn Edwards Specs + Spaces Blog
March Color of the Month: Minty Fresh

See why Dunn Edwards is highlighting Minty Fresh as its Color of the Month for March and Color of the Year.

Dunn-Edwards Specs + Spaces Blog

Dunn Edwards Specs + Spaces Blog
3 Ways Design Is Impacting Restaurant Design

The restaurant industry is becoming more performative, with experiences derived from design as much a factor in a restaurant's success as food quality and customer service.

Curbed Los Angeles

Sunset Magazine

7 Ways to Decorate with a Cactus Theme

Not just relegated to a potted plant, cactus decor is front and center in home motifs. Sisters Andanette Valderrama and Daniella Carrasco, owners of Los Angeles specialty cactus shop Ponderosa, walk us through how to decorate with the sculptural desert flora.

11 Country Legends That Will Help You Discover Your New Favorite Artist

The world of country music is pretty exciting right now. A crop of new artists have joined the ranks of country's biggest luminaries, electrified the airwaves with an exciting new energy and sound. But, no matter how successful these artists are becoming, they'll never replace those who came before them.

Everyone Raise A Frosty Cold One To These Top Tailgate Tunes!

Country music has long celebrated the spoils of life, love, and friendship, making it the perfect genre to blast at any party-especially if said soirée happens to take place before your favorite sporting event. But with so many songs at your disposal, it can be hard to even know where to start when putting together the perfect tailgating playlist.

Public Relations & Marketing Communications


Manifest Destiny Debuts Hauntingly Beautiful and Evocative Candle Line Collections at NewYorkNow Gift Show Los Angeles, Calif., August 9, 2014 - Manifest Destiny debuts two new luxury candle collections during the NewYorkNow Gift show (BOOTH 13017), held on August 16 - 20,Lux Aeterna and Orbit Travel Wax, that tell a story of the past as seen from the future, creating a retro-modern, one-of-a-kind experience.

Los Angeles Times-La Cañada Valley Sun
Artisan house is one of a kind

It's got a name, it's got a view and it's got a famed architect who echoed the work of Frank Lloyd Wright in his design. And it's on the market. The Endicott home, named for the first family that lived there, was designed in 1966 by noted local architect Jack Simison.

La Cañada Valley Sun
24 receive Gold Award

Girl Scouts are honored on attaining the highest award, the Gold Award and giving hours of service to community projects.

La Cañada Valley Sun
Rabbit out, dragon in

Students celebrate Chinese New Year at Community Center.

La Cañada Valley Sun
Hot summer, cool music

As the city's free summer concert series wraps up, regulars call for beverage and food vendors.

Pasadena Magazine

Los Angeles Magazine

Los Angeles Magazine
American Idol: Elvis at 21

Alfred Wertheimer, an unknown photographer, spent a few days snapping photos of Elvis, who at 21 years old, was still flying under the radar. What emerged from those sessions are some of the most iconic photographs of Elvis.

Los Angeles Magazine
In The News

A tribute to the storied career of journalist Walter Cronkite.

Los Angeles Magazine
My LA-to-Z: Michael Connelly

Interview with acclaimed ex-LA Times crime reporter-turned best-selling-author-Michael Connelly.

Los Angeles Magazine
My LA-to-Z with Sam Rubin

Prominent KTLA entertainment reporter Sam Rubin spills about his favorite LA things.

Los Angeles Magazine
L.A. On Ice

Round up of holiday ice-skating arenas in Los Angeles.

Los Angeles Magazine
New Life

Exploring the newborns at Los Angeles Zoo.

Pasadena Weekly

Pasadena Weekly
From Farm to Fork

The Dervaes Family harvests hundreds of pounds of produce on their 1/10 acre lot, all while conserving water.

Pasadena Weekly
Do or Die

As people downsize and move in with roommates or non-pet friendly housing, they forfeit their pets, creating a burden on overflowing animal shelters.

Pasadena Weekly
Sandwich Generation

Baby-Boomers and recent retirees are stuck in a bad economy, sandwiched between taking care of their young adult kids who can't find work and their own ailing parents who are living longer than expected.

Pasadena Weekly
Single Payer Solutions

Pasadena hosts a conversation on the possibility of single-payer health care.

Pasadena Weekly
Pedal Pushing Progress

Bicycle activists and community officials seek to make bicyclists feel comfortable riding on Pasadena streets.

Venue Voyeur: Slabtown

Slabtown is one of Portland's oldest bars, and serves up vintage arcade games, underground rock music and alcohol.
Portland International Film Festival

Portland International Film Festival screened acclaimed foreign and independent films in 2008 that would go on to win many awards.
Concert Creators

Ever wonder who books the great music at McMenamins White Eagle Saloon and Crystal Ballroom? Here, I interview music bookers, Jimi Biron and Alex Wideman.
Behind the Menu-Kenny & Zuke's

Kenny and Zuke's is Portland's Jewish Deli, complete with homemade bagels, cured meats, delicious sandwiches and old fashioned sodas.

Portland Sentinel

Portland Sentinel
Tool Library Preview

A visit after the Tool Library opens to the North Portland community.

Portland Sentinel
On The Prowl

Car prowls and home burglaries are up in NoPo as the summer heats up.

Portland Sentinel
Of Bikes And Bridges

Piedmont community weighs in on designs for a new Bryant Street Bridge.

Portland Sentinel
Notes From Piedmont

Community members discuss plans for wheelchair ramps in historic rose garden.

Portland Sentinel
UP Campus Expands Dorms

University of Portland breaks ground on a new dorm facility to accomodate its influx of larger Freshman classes.

University of Portland Beacon