Raised in the foothills of Northern California, I grew up with dirt under my fingernails and scrapes on my knees.
I loved to climb anything that I could grip—trees, rocks, and structures that stood in the queue of decay.
The results weren’t always pretty, but I found a sense of rush as I moved.
The moment of reaching my heights, of looking down to see that I had doubled, tripled, everything that I had been—that was what filled my lungs.
Not much has changed since then, and although you might not see me covered in sap every day, this same sense of adventure is what continues to drive me.
This need to double, triple, and stretch.
Over the past year I’ve traveled from California to Indonesia, Australia, and the United Kingdom to work on publications that focused on philanthropy, creativity, art, and community.
My titles have spanned writer, editor, proofreader, and all-in-one intern. But most importantly, these titles have allowed me to collect stories.
Stories that matter; stories that belong to people.
And that just so happens to be where my passion lies.
So now I'm exploring the world as a freelance writer and editor in search of my next creative endeavor.
But mostly, I'm just a curious kid from the land of red dirt.
Current location: Sacramento, California
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