Freelance Writer

I’m always looking for new ways to further and expand my writing as a journalist.

After spending the majority of my journalism career working in broadcast, I mastered the art of writing for television and web-focused news articles —quick, concise, conversational and deadline-driven. With this experience, I recently began writing feature/lifestyle/travel stories and pitching these stories to editorial publications.

As a journalist, I know how to ask the right questions to uncover a gem of a story. I know that every single story needs a character before it is told. I know how to dig deep into data to discover hidden facts. And, I understand how to tell stories that people can value, learn from and that create connections. My goal as a journalist is to find and create content that focuses on people’s stories and therefore, build relationships —whether that’s between a company and its consumers or between a story’s character and a news audience. When you tell stories about people, for people, you always add value to content.

Writing Samples

San Diego Society of Professional Journalist First Place Winner for Nondaily Reporting and Writing — Environment Story – CampestreMag – The Wine Bottle Dilemma

San Diego Press Club 2nd Place Winner: Distinctively Highland Valley: Winemakers in the Region Look to Set Themselves Apart with an AVA

Oceanside Co-Op Provides Much-Needed Space for Small Businesses to Connect

Zero Waste-Inspired Restaurant Opens in Oceanside

San Diego Society of Professional Journalist Winner: CampestreMAG: Are labor challenges affecting your wine’s taste and price tag?   

On the 101: A Road Trip Guide from San Diego to Big Sur for Food and Wine Lovers

Top Doctors Profile for San Diego Magazine 

7 French Foodie Cities to visit from Paris by train

The 16th Arrondissement: Best Neighborhood for an Eiffel Tower View

A Tuscan Road Trip: Our Favorite Pit Stops

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