As a freelance writer, videographer and broadcaster, I have worked for countless media outlets, including The Washington Post, DMVStream, The Virginia Golfer Magazine and Viva Loudoun. I graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Communication/Journalism from George Mason University and was the Sports Editor of George Mason's Fourth Estate.
I am also an instructor with the Raspberry Golf Academy, a Northern Virginia based company with six locations.
Briar Woods alum Alex Carter and his Falcons huddle-up prior to the kick-off of their 2011 state championship victory. / Photo © Steven Holland/Viva Loudoun Ashburn, VA (April 1, 2016) - Two high school state championships, one Virginia Gatorade Player of the Year award, a three-year starter in college and one Rose Bowl win in two appearances has all culminated in a spot on the Detroit Lions roster for Alex Carter.
Technology and teamwork are key parts of teacher Patrick McGuire's curriculum at the Raspberry Golf Academy.
Duke is developing quite a tradition at his position. Tight end Mark Birmingham (@MBirm4)has just a few games left in his prep career before officially becoming a part of the Duke football community as a member of the 2016 recruiting class.
With homecoming in full swing, the Patriot Platoon will once again fill the student section of the Patriot Center Tuesday, Feb. 16, for the men's basketball game against William & Mary. Here, in a picture from last Tuesday's home game against VCU, they sport tri-corner hats and contributed to the attendance record that was broken that night.
Ashburn, VA (Feb. 29, 2016) - Just picture a four-year-old child grasping the wheel with two hands, bearing down toward the finish line. This was the case for Ashburn native Ryan Ellis, who began racing practically as a toddler. At that time he was driving go-karts, which run on pavement, or quarter midgets, which run on dirt.