As contributing editor and writer to national publications such as Chatelaine, Tribute, Kids’ Tribute, Working at Home, and Broken Pencil: The Guide to Alternative Culture in Canada, my work touched on the topics that matter most in my world: film, art, women’s health, design, and of course, the craft of story.
As the “Trend” and “New Media” Columnist at Strategy: The Canadian Marketing Report
, my work synthesized cultural happenings into digestible weekly tidbits that fueled the Canadian marketing and advertising industries.
Another literary title that garnered accolades was Jonathan Eig’s Opening Day: The Story of Jackie Robinson’s First Season to which I was fortunate enough to contribute, in small part, my considerable passion and talents for deep-dive research.
Roles: Writer, Contributing Editor, Editorial Researcher in the 1990s-2000s.