Portfolio

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Below is a selection of highlighted work from my portfolio. You can also view a complete collection of my current year’s portfolio here; read my columns and regular contributor work here; and see examples of my graphic design work here.

The Guardian — Digital marketing: mastering the basics

Forget the latest marketing trends and buzzwords – here are five digital marketing basics you should get to grips with first; February 2014 The digital landscape of today often either scares off marketing professionals who feel they aren’t high-tech enough to implement a successful online strategy – or tempts them to leap into the complicated… Continue reading The Guardian — Digital marketing: mastering the basics

A Virginia Town Remembers D-Day: Los Angeles Times

A Virginia town remembers the Bedford Boys, who gave their lives on D-Day — June 2015. There is perhaps no place more appropriate in which to remember the magnitude of the sacrifice of those who stormed ashore on D-day than Bedford, Va., a town of 6,000 that’s 200 miles southwest of Washington, D.C. If you’ve… Continue reading A Virginia Town Remembers D-Day: Los Angeles Times

10 Reasons to Attend Austin’s SXSW Festival: USA Today

10 Reasons to Attend Austin’s SXSW Festival: USA Today — March 2016. The 2016 South by Southwest Music, Film and Interactive Festival officially begins in Austin on March 11, and this year is very special: it’s the 30th year of the massive 10-day event. SXSW draws nearly 85,000 registrants from around the world, and more… Continue reading 10 Reasons to Attend Austin’s SXSW Festival: USA Today

Austin and the Hill Country: Texas Monthly

Austin and the Hill Country: Texas Monthly — June 2016. There’s undeniably something special about Austin and the surrounding Central Texas area. From the city’s creative, friendly, fun-loving culture to the natural beauty and outdoor recreation found in the Hill Country, there are plenty of good reasons why this area is growing so fast. Read… Continue reading Austin and the Hill Country: Texas Monthly

The Mighty Jungle—Andrew Harper Traveler

The Mighty Jungle: Andrew Harper Traveler — October 2016. The term “jungle” may have devolved over the years into more categorically correct definitions, but the ideas and images it conjures remain: lush, primeval gardens shrouded in exotic mystery, swallowing civilizations whole and locking out the rest with walls of tangled vines and perils both real… Continue reading The Mighty Jungle—Andrew Harper Traveler

The Write Stuff—Modern Woman

The Write Stuff: Modern Woman Magazine — November 2016. When it comes to sending holiday cards, many people simply sign a name, stamp an envelope and ship it off. But the holidays are all about connecting, and one way to do that is by taking a bit of time to create a personal card. “Handmade… Continue reading The Write Stuff—Modern Woman

A Natural World: Why Great Communities Require Nature—TractorBeam

Walsh communities, january 2017 Picture this: the whisper of leaves rustling gently in trees overhead, the quiet crackling of footsteps over thick grass and twigs, and the fresh smell of soil, wild grasses, and flowers. You notice a butterfly flutter around colorful petals; a spider weaving its magnificently intricate web, glistening in the sunlight like… Continue reading A Natural World: Why Great Communities Require Nature—TractorBeam

Raise Emotionally Intelligent Children—Coaching Connector

Raise Emotionally Intelligent Children: The Coaching Connector — March 2017. It’s often said that being a parent is the hardest job you’ll ever have — made even more challenging in today’s fast-paced world, where so many things compete with both your and your children’s attention. There seems to be endless methods and styles of parenting,… Continue reading Raise Emotionally Intelligent Children—Coaching Connector

Unlikely Advocates—Green Living

Unlikely Advocates: Green Living Magazine — April 2017. The dark, cold water laps softly against the shore of vibrant grass, dotted with thick stands of spruce trees. Snow-capped mountains and majestic glaciers stagger the backdrop, peeking out from the rolling mist that envelops the land. A black bear, grown fat on salmon, ambles lazily out… Continue reading Unlikely Advocates—Green Living

GoEscape by USA Today — Maritime History Comes to Life in Mystic, CT

Goescape Magazine by USA Today, May 2017 A perfect shaft of sunlight falls through the rafters to the man below on the sawdust-strewn floor, who is carefully planing a long piece of wood by hand. The large, two-story building is quiet except for the whooshing sounds of the artisan lost in concentration at his craft.… Continue reading GoEscape by USA Today — Maritime History Comes to Life in Mystic, CT

Canadian Traveller — From Anchorage to Fairbanks by Rail

Feature Story: Alaska, July 2017 As the train pushed through the dense evergreen forest, the conductor’s voice crackled through the intercom system. “Folks, we are approaching a spot that, with the beautiful sunny day, is going to give us a clear view of Mount Denali,” he said. “If you’d like to move to the viewing… Continue reading Canadian Traveller — From Anchorage to Fairbanks by Rail

Insurance & Financial Meetings Management — The Chef’s Choice

Hot Food Trends and Techniques to Turn Any F&B Event Into a Memorable Experience, October 2017 T he legendary red carpet is rolled out. Limousines pull up alongside it. When their doors open, fashbulbs pop and cameras zoom in. One by one, hundreds of celebrities walk the carpet into one of the most celebrated events… Continue reading Insurance & Financial Meetings Management — The Chef’s Choice

American Craft Magazine — The Lure of Lisbon

Portugal’s colorful capital offers a brilliant array of craft, ancient and modern, April/May 2018 Though craft enthusiasts often flock to Portugal’s many and varied regional destinations, the capital, Lisbon, has traditional craft spilling out of almost every nook and cranny, from the intricate tile murals covering buildings to the handtatted lace adorning shop The Lure… Continue reading American Craft Magazine — The Lure of Lisbon

Fodor’s Travel — Female Mariachi Bands of San Antonio, Texas

This once male-dominated musical genre is now led by female mariachi bands that are blazing new trails in San Antonio, Texas; April 2018 The Texas city of San Antonio has a rich history and culture, with Native American, European, and Mexican influences. With this multi-cultural heritage, San Antonio has created a vibrant food, art, and music traditions.… Continue reading Fodor’s Travel — Female Mariachi Bands of San Antonio, Texas

Austin Woman Magazine — Chasing The Final Frontier

From dreams of becoming an astronaut to developing a 3-D printer that reuses plastic trash, Samantha Snabes is a force to be reckoned with; August 2018. Cover Story For as long as she can remember, Samantha Snabes dreamed of being an astronaut. Throughout her childhood, she eagerly devoured any media she could about space and those who worked… Continue reading Austin Woman Magazine — Chasing The Final Frontier

Texas Lifestyle Magazine — Australia’s Great Barrier Reef

A Bucket List Dream Come True; October 2018 It’s the biggest single structure made from living organisms on the planet, so large that it can be seen from outer space. The world’s largest coral reef system, the Great Barrier Reef is made up of more than 2,900 individual reefs and 900 islands, stretching for over… Continue reading Texas Lifestyle Magazine — Australia’s Great Barrier Reef

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