Uber and Lyft's departure from Austin left a void for drivers and passengers. I examined how other rideshare startups are filling that void and why this could be good for everyone.View Project
Sweatworking lets active entrepreneurs and professionals combine exercise and networking. I pitched this workplace trend story to FastCompany.com, and the story has gotten tons of shares and comments on social media.View Project
I profiled two Michigan college kids who turned a fascination with bubble soccer into a booming business by renting out the bubble suits.View Project
I’m inspired by regular people making an impact in business or their communities. I love finding and telling untold stories of creative ideas and colorful personalities through profiles. My work has appeared in The Boston Globe, Barnard Magazine, Entrepreneur.com, Ozy.com, and Parade Magazine, among other places.
See below for select samples.
Inside the wacky world of bubble soccer and how two college kids from Michigan are cashing in.
Entrepreneur - Mar/16/2016
Seattle photographer Brittany Wright turns food scraps and farmers’ market produce into art.
Civil Eats - Jan/13/2016
Why the quirky food waste activist behind @UglyFruitandVeg posts funny photos of misshapen carrots and bell peppers.
Ozy.com - Jun/09/2015
After learning that the homeless can’t borrow library books, this Portland woman resolved to bring books to them.
Momentum Magazine - Sep/09/2014
Q&A with Chase Adams, founder of Watsi, a nonprofit that raises funds to cover low-cost, high-impact medical treatments.
Entrepreneur.com - Jun/26/2013
Outspoken lawyer and federal judge Susan Gertner recounts her decades of legal work fighting for social justice.
Barnard Magazine - Mar/13/2013
Local project Somerville Stock Exchange shares deeds that pay it forward in the community.
The Boston Globe - May/31/2012
Parade flew me to Chicago to cover the wedding of this beautiful couple–just two months before the 31-year-old groom lost his battle with cancer.
Parade Magazine - Nov/07/2010