It's often said that editors secretly want to write. This was definitely the case for me when I came to graduate school: Having flirted with the idea of pursuing writing as a career at different times, I knew that it was a risky choice, that most writers can't actually support themselves through the craft alone. I knew I wanted to be involved with writing in some way, though, so I decided to seek out a more practical—but still enjoyable—course: editing.

Through my work as an editor, helping writers refine and publish their work, I've seen my own approach to writing evolve. I've found opportunities for writing in places I wouldn't have considered before—in marketing and promotion, in journalism, in research. I would love the chance to continue to develop my skills in any of these fields.

Please follow the links below for some of my recent work.

Portland Made

Portland Made Maker Meetup: Scaling Schmidt’s Naturals

Lady Makers: Dovetail Workwear

Vortex Music Magazine

#WomenCrush Artist Showcase Preview

Three For Silver: ‘This Time Tomorrow’ [Song Premiere]

Chris Robley: ‘1+1+1=3’ [Song Premiere]

2017 OMHOF Induction Ceremony Recap

Academic Writing

Foreign Word Alert, Foreign Word Alert: Rethinking Editorial Approaches to the Italicization of Foreign Terms