About

I’m a writer, editor, reluctant Southerner, and habitual wanderer who has built a career on telling true stories.

With a background in everything from technical writing to social media marketing to corporate storytelling, I’ve found a professional home in freelance writing and editing. I’ve worked with major national publications including Fortune Magazine, the Washington Post, and Huffington Post, as well as small literary and academic journals.

I split my time between a century-old bungalow in Tennessee (which preoccupies many of my personal essays) and exploring as much of the world as possible, including stints in Oxford and Hong Kong. In winter of 2016 I completed and defended a thesis on space, place, and the meaning of home and graduated with a masters degree in creative nonfiction.

For over six years, my career has been all tangled up in the tech industry. I’ve worked with an established manufacturing giant, a public utility, as well as fledgling tech startups. Along the way I’ve written and edited about tech topics from a variety of angles, from instruction manuals, e-learning scripts, internal communications, external marketing, to journalism and everywhere in between.

If you need a story, it’s easiest to find me at my contact page. I travel often, but always bring my laptop along for the ride.