Portfolio

My writing portfolio as a freelance writer, journalist and reporter in Austin, Texas.

My collection of articles published in the Daily Texan  were unfortunately cleaned from their website’s system, but I have a complete portfolio of every article I wrote in print as a Life and Arts reporter. These can be viewed in person or during an interview. During my career at the Daily Texan 60% of my articles were published as the dominate feature of Life & Arts.

My collection of articles published in the Austin Chronicle.

My collection of articles published on Spoon University Texas.

My collection of articles published in Svelto Magazine can be accessed by purchasing issue #2, or my feature article from that issue can be viewed on my LinkedIn.

My collection of articles published on the Aviary Review Literary and Arts journal blog are no longer in their system, but I have print copies of each one.

The Q&A I wrote and conducted about BMX pro Aaron Ross published on Austin Monthly Magazine’s blog Austin Amplified.

The article I wrote about my experience as a tennis player attending the Austin Aces match published Austin Monthly Magazine’s blog Austin Amplified.

An article I wrote for the Writers’ League of Texas as a marketing intern recapping a local Third Thursday event was published on their blog Scribe.

My collection of articles published in the Georgetown Advocate do not have an online filing system, but again, I have every article in print. While writing as a general reporter at the Georgetown Advocate, I also had a repeated book column in which I reviewed and suggested books.

My collection of articles published on Feminine Inquiry.

My photography and blog post featured on houselogic.com.

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