Freelance Writing

Writing is one of my passions and I am fortunate to get to write regularly for multiple publications as well as create web content for people. If you are in need of a writer for any sort of content please feel free to contact me to see if it will be a good fit. Below are links to some of my work.

Whatcom Talk – Bellingham Bladesmith David Bennett Creates Functional Art

Whatcom Talk – A Smoky August Adventure to Vendovi Island

Whatcom Talk – Hard Work and Determination Have Jolena Hoefer and Her Meridian Volleyball Teammates Eyeing a Post-Season Run

Triangle Lawn Games – How To Run a Successful Cornhole Tournament

Triangle Lawn Games – Team Building Ideas For Your Office

Mt. Baker Experience – In Search of a Campground

Whatcom Talk – Fuel Your Body Properly for Peak Performance at This Year’s Bellingham Bay Marathon

Business Pulse – Overflow Taps – let the good times flow

Whatcom Talk – The Bellingham Bay Marathon Is Just Around the Corner: Time to Gear Up

Whatcom Talk – Bellingham Training and Tennis Club’s Robin and Doug Robertson Follow Their Passion and Cycle Across the Country

Whatcom Talk – A Trip to Bridge Campground Offers an Adventure Close to Home

Mt. Baker Experience – My Private Island

Whatcom Talk – Ferndale Startup Lets you ‘Trash’ Your Friends and Family While Helping to Clean the Ocean

Triangle Lawn Games – Advanced Cornhole Strategies and Tactics

Triangle Lawn Games – How to pair lawn games and cocktails

Triangle Lawn Games – What is the origin of Connect Four?

Whatcom Talk – Whatcom County Lakes Offer Bounty of Paddling Adventure Options

Whatcom Talk – Drink Some Wine and Rock Out This Summer With Samson Estates Winery

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Whatcom Talk – Visit Bellingham Training and Tennis Club to Join a Community of People Getting Fit Safely

Whatcom Talk – Persistence and Determination Lead to a Successful 2021 Season for Gym Star Sports Center Athletes

Whatcom Talk – Mount Baker Senior Ayden Rodriguez Is Packing His Bags for Kansas

Whatcom Talk – Generations of Lummi and Nooksack Paddle Together for Culture and Life

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LAWNch – LAWNch Champion

Whatcom Talk – A Winter Snowshoeing Adventure Through the North Cascades


Whatcom Talk – Squalicum’s Djouvensky Schlenbaker Is Back on the Football Field and Running Toward His Future

Whatcom Talk – Mount Baker Senior Teigen Detta Chooses Southern Illinois University To Continue Her Swimming Career

Whatcom Talk – Local Author Margie Kimberley Delivers Meaning Through Her Children’s Book ‘What Makes You Smile As Big As The Moon?’

Whatcom Talk – Austin Shenton’s 1-For-1 Training Offers New Training Option for Whatcom Baseball and Softball Players

Whatcom Talk – Chad DeRosa Lives the Van Life to Pursue His Passions

Whatcom Talk – Three Games That Allow You To Play Your Way Through Winter

Whatcom Talk – Lummi Island Offers Year-Round Outdoor Adventure

Whatcom Talk – A Day in the Life of a Puget Sound Crabber, Fourth-Generation Whatcom Fisherman Kaegan Gudmundson

Kombucha Town – Our Partnership with One Tree Planted

Whatcom Talk – WhatcomTalk’s Tony Moceri Takes You Along As He Paddleboards From Bloedel to Blue Canyon

Whatcom Talk – Squalicum Senior Avery Carlson Has Always Strived To Take Her Soccer Game To Another Level

Whatcom Talk – A Positive Attitude Helps Lynden Christian’s Paige TeVelde Prepare for Her Senior Year

Whatcom Talk – Thunder Knob Trail Offers a Lovely Hike and Stunning Views From a Hidden Corner of Whatcom County

Whatcom Talk – Hard Work Leads to Playing Football at Yale form Mount Baker Grad Jason Lee

Whatcom Talk – For Mount Baker Grad Kali Cook, Teammates Motivate Her to Keep on Running

Tosso – The Not so Clear History of Kubb

Whatcom Talk – For Xtreme Bean Espresso, It’s All About Exceptional Service and Tremendous Teamwor