Random musings, personal opinions and—occasionally—pops of genius about everything from triathlon, pilates and nutrition to politics and culture. Read more here about my life as a journalist/pilates instructor/collector of race bibs.
When I was in elementary school, my overactive imagination meant two things: I was the most fun kid to play Barbies with, and it was pretty much decided from early on that I was meant to be a writer. Read more about me here.
Being on assignment for a travel piece means bringing a place, it’s people and it’s culture to life on the page. Sometimes you’re highlighting the good points—and sometimes you’re letting your readers know the dark underbelly. To read some of my travel features,click here.
Up Close and Personal
Getting to know a profile subject is easily one of the best parts of my job. I believe it involves taking the time to go the extra mile with outside interviews, seeing the subject both in and out of their professional arena, and above all not being afraid to ask the questions they might be afraid that you’ll ask. Read some of my profiles here.
Story behind the Story
From my early days as a newspaper reporter, to my more recent work investigating drug testing in the sport of triathlon, there’s nothing quite like uncovering the real story. Read some of my investigative and feature work here.
As a competitive triathlete, pilates instructor, surfer and all-around fitness-fiend, I’ve gathered more than a few areas of expertise to write about. Click here to read some of my service pieces on everything from gear reviews and workout tips to articles on nutrition and endurance training. .