Wordsmith, Creative Strategist, Brand Storyteller
I write SEO-rich articles, product descriptions, and editorial content for TripSavvy, one of the top 10 travel information sites in the world as measured by Comscore, a leading Internet measurement company.
There are several reasons why Austin, Texas reigns supreme as the most livable city in the Lone Star State. Before packing your bags (with light clothes and lots of sunscreen), check out this guide of things you should know.
With plans for a national park trek stymied, a hiker finds a satisfying alternative at Big Bend Ranch State Park.
Contributed Austin content for Google's Touring Bird, a new, mobile-first travel site with insider tips on tours, attractions, activities, and events.
Giant concrete boxes glimmer on the horizon, set against the backdrop of rows of converted artillery sheds and a stark, blindingly beige desert landscape so vast it nearly swallows the red-rock mountains in the distance—no, you’re not in some weird, surrealist dream a la David Lynch; you’re at the Chinati Foundation in Marfa, Texas.
In a state the size of Texas, there are so many diverse and exciting attractions, monuments, bustling cities, rural towns and unexpected landscapes (hello, beaches!) that it’s enough to make your head spin.
I wrote 50+ SEO articles for USA Today's Travel Tips section.
Dallas’s nightlife is nothing if not legendary. Whether you want to go clubbing, swig fancy cocktails on a rooftop, bar hop, two-step or do a little bit of everything, one thing’s for sure: You’re bound to have a really, really good time. In fact, the Big D doesn’t trail far behind nightlife meccas like New York City and Las Vegas, and there are countless breweries, hipster bars, underground clubs, swanky restaurants, upscale lounges and even a honky-tonk or two (hey, this is Texas, after all!)
I wrote a series of SEO-focused articles on cooking, food, and wellness for LEAFtv, a lifestyle resource site geared toward millennial women.
I write product descriptions and SEO-rich articles for The Spruce Eats. Under the Dotdash brand, The Spruce is the eighth largest property in the ad-supported Lifestyles category, with 28 million monthly unique U.S. visitors.
I ghostwrote this blog post on behalf of Rev.com, an audio transcription company, which highlights standard tips for submitting a podcast to iTunes Connect and suggestions for simplifying the process.
I ghostwrote this blog post for Upflex, a company that provides employers with a flexible workspace infrastructure, about how employer marketing and recruitment strategies will need to change to appeal to Generation Z.
Interview with Austin "taco journalists" Mando Rayo and Jarod Neece, whose new TV series debuted on Robert Rodriguez's El Rey Network.