I started my career as a small-town newspaper journalist at the Moscow-Pullman Daily News, covering city government, the local courts and human interest stories. While most of my freelance work is focused on marketing writing and strategic communications for higher education and nonprofits, I still love journalism — especially features about food, travel, science and culture.
I’m the editor of Project FARE, a nonprofit digital magazine that is passionate about food in Idaho and the complex interconnections that bring it to our tables. I work with writers and photographers across the state to bring fantastic features, business profiles, food guides and food news to our readers. I also edit our biweekly newsletter (sign up here!) and occasionally write stories for our website.
Where to celebrate Ice Cream for Breakfast Day across Idaho (January 2022)
Spokane Faith & Values
I also contribute stories and columns to Spokane Faith and Values (FaVs), a nonprofit, nonsectarian faith and values news website.
“In the Days Before the Presidential Election, Some Spokane Ministers Encourage Crossing the Line Between Faith and Politics” (Spokane Faith & Values, November 2020)
“On the 30th anniversary of the ADA, faith communities examine ways to improve inclusivity for people with disabilities” (Spokane Faith & Values, July 2020)
“Bringing spirituality to online Pride” (Spokane Faith & Values, June 2020)
“Faith Leaders Look Toward a Positive Post-Pandemic Future” (Spokane Faith and Values, April 2020)
Inland 360 is an arts and culture alt-weekly for the Idaho Palouse and Lewis-Clark Valley. Here are a few more recent stories I’ve written for them:
“Little Kids, Big Feelings”: Experts discuss how the pandemic is an opportunity to teach kids lifelong skills (Inland 360, September 2020)
“A Growing Market”: How the slow flower movement is spreading on the Palouse (Inland 360, August 2020)
“Grave Explorations”: A column about exploring regional graveyards and a guide for respectfully visiting cemeteries (Inland 360, August 2020)