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About Me

I'm currently the editor of a Wisconsin-based daily newspaper. I'm also an experienced copywriter, interested in sports, travel, health and technology. I've written for Sports Illustrated, the Times of Israel, Vice, Washington Monthly and more. I have a master's degree in journalism from Northwestern University.

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Local musician performs on world stage

From an upstairs window at the Lincolnville Museum, there is a view of the home where Doug Carn grew up.


St. Augustine Flight instructor lands hall of fame induction

When Dr. Angela Masson was told she would be inducted into the California Aviation Hall of Fame, she thought it might be a prank call.


Skimboarding amateurs mingle with pros at local contest

The first skimboarding contest that Austin Keen ever entered was the 2005 Florida Pro/Am at Vilano Beach.


A transformation in South African cricket

In South Africa, where athletic participation often falls along racial lines, the movement to diversify traditionally white sports is known as transformation.


A beginner's guide to buying golf clubs

There are women’s golf clubs, used ones, full sets, single clubs and different brands at wildly different prices. So, which ones do you chose? With all the clubs on the market, filling your first golf bag can feel overwhelming. Fortunately, it doesn’t have to be!


The Masters: What we know about Augusta National members

Every golf fan knows the Masters, but the tournament’s home club, Augusta National, prefers a bit of privacy. It’s nearly impossible for the average golfer to get a tee time at the famed course, let alone a membership to Augusta National Golf Club. In fact, the club is so secretive that we have little insight into its membership list or how exactly how its membership process works. Here’s what we do know.


The richest fishing tournament in the world returns to Los Cabos

You’re likely aware of the world-class resorts, beaches, and golf courses in Los Cabos. What you may not know, however, is that the popular vacation destination becomes the sport fishing center of the world for one week every October during Bisbee’s Black & Blue.


Hey, girlfriend!

While Boystown is the Windy City’s best-known LGBTQ enclave, Chicago has another gay-friendly area. On the city’s far-north side, Andersonville has been home to a large lesbian community since the ’80s. Today, the neighborhood is famous for its food, shopping and inclusive attitude, which make it a perfect gay getaway.

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Lofty artist Marc Chagall’s more down-to-earth fixation on display

The name Marc Chagall conjures images of floating figures and Jewish folklore. But the early modernist was also a prolific painter of a much more grounded subject — flowers.


Surfing through sewage in South Africa

The coastal waters near Cape Town are part of the reason it’s the most visited city in South Africa. But some people are worried about the city using those waters as its septic tank.


Former pro James Blake is helping kids through new USTA role

After 14 years on the ATP Tour, James Blake retired in 2013—but he couldn’t stay away from the game for long. Just last month, the former world No. 4 returned to the court and won all three matches in his first Champions Tour event in Delray Beach, Florida. Despite his on-court efforts, Blake is interested in impacting tennis in a different way.


Kitchen Design Trends

For many of our custom home clients, the kitchen is their top priority. With such a focus on crafting beautiful custom kitchens, it’s important that we stay on top of design trends without sacrificing quality. Here is some of what we’ve learned along the way.


The Scoop on Building Your Bathroom

For clients with a limited budget, we recommend focusing on the master bathroom, kitchen and outdoor space.


How to extend the life of your furniture

Whether its fresh from the factory or an antique piece that’s new to you, getting new furniture is a great feeling. The only problem is that new furniture doesn’t stay new forever. There are steps you can take, however, to extend the life of your furnishings. Here are a few ideas for how to make the most of your recent and future purchases.


Is your home protected when you're away?

As the holiday season approaches, it’s also important to prepare the home you’ll be leaving behind when you visit friends and relatives. There are plenty of things you can do to protect your home against break ins. Here are a few suggestions for where to start.



Account Executive

I managed content strategies for a variety of large companies and nonprofit organizations.

Company: KSC Inc.

I worked there from 11/2015 until 11/2018


I worked as a freelance researcher for NBC at the Rio and PyeongChang Olympics.

Company: NBC Inc.

I worked there from 8/2016 until 2/2018

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