My journey as a reader and writer began in Northern California, developed in the Far West of Texas, and matured in England and Switzerland. When I’m not scaling the Alps in search of dragon eggs, I’m usually found among stacks of empty tea boxes and bookshelves. Further work is located under this page.
In 2009, I contributed to a children’s picture book that went on to be distributed in a flooded-out village in Panama. In 2010, I graduated from the University of the Nation’s School of Writing. In 2016, I collaborated with the non-profit Dignity and Hope, which works with Ugandan entrepreneurs to grow their local businesses.
When not writing or editing for myself, my experience extends to campus publications and international communication outlets. My work experience includes librariy internships, humanitarian organizations, and freelance gigs. I also have extensive experience with running coffeeshops, both locally and abroad.