Articles and Essays
"Deadliest Catch: Apathy?" is an article about the dangers of social media clickbait and saturation overpowering actual potential dangers—in this case, seafood allegedly affected by the Fukushima nuclear disaster.
"The Miming Experience" is an article written in response to the backlash pop star Beyoncé received when it was reported she lip synced to "The Star Spangled Banner" during President Obama's second inauguration.
"Differently Disabled" is a personal essay detailing the less glamorous, less mature mental aspect of my recovery from a ruptured Achilles tendon.
Initially developed as an asset for Inkling's Inspiration page, The Elements of Great Content proved to be so successful that we promoted it across evergreen campaigns throughout 2015 and 2016.
As part of Inkling's Learning & Development-focused campaign, I wrote an original eBook to show how the way we learn at work has changed, and what businesses can do to better train their employees for the modern, mobile world. The eBook would go on to be Inkling's most popular eBook of 2015, with more than half of the downloads coming from new leads.
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"The Prizes and Pitfalls of Professional Privacy," published 12/2014.
"With All Great Ideas Comes...Jealousy," published 08/2014.
"Happy Holidays vs. Merry Christmas," published 11/2012.
I was also the runner-up at the 2010 Saints & Sinners national short fiction contest, where my story “Dancing Pink Roses” was included in the festival’s annual anthology. The same story was published in the University of San Francisco's literary magazine, Switchback.