As the saying goes, I wasn't born in Texas, but I got here as fast as I could.
Originally from Jackson Hole, Wyoming, I moved to San Antonio to attend Trinity University. While there, I
where I turned my passion for storytelling into a career. I wasncurrently live, work and write in the great state of Texas. As Digital Editor for Pace Communications, an award-winning content marketing agency, I'm always looking for new way to engage readers through thoughtful profiles, interactive digital tools and social media.
In addition to overseeing a team of freelance writers and photographers based around the country, I also freelance for local and regional publications.
I Outside of class, I served devoted myself to the campus newspaper as editor-in-chief and graduated in 2013 with a bachelor of arts in communication.
Surrounded by Picasso, Monet and Van Gogh, I then went to work in the public relations department at the McNay Art Museum, the first museum of modern art in Texas. I also began writing for various publications in town, including San Antonio Magazine, San Antonio Current and The Rivard Report.
Today, I continue to freelance for local and regional publications, while also working as a Digital Editor for the award-winning content marketing agency, Pace Communications.
My other interests include exploring the outdoors and travelling. I have been to 23 countries, my favorite of which are India and Nicaragua.
Still, I consider my true "abroad" experience to be the summer I spent in New York City with the American Society of Magazine Editors' (ASME) internship program. While there, I grew as an editorial intern at Field & Stream magazine, sampling pigeon pizza, working alongside spring bok mounts and learning to truly appreciate a different perspective.
With previous experience in print journalism, design, public relations and event planning, I am looking to build upon these skills and gain insight into other areas, such as broadcast journalism, photography, filmmaking, and advertising.
Thank you for visiting my site. I hope you decide to stay awhile.