2014 - Present: Currently a freelance writer, I spend my days giving brands a voice and my nights explaining that I'm a copywriter, not a copyright writer. Recent clients including Nike, Shutterfly and barre3.
2015 - 2017: As an in-house copywriter at the swoosh, I wrote digital content for multiple global categories including Nike Sportswear, Nike+, NIKEiD, NikeCourt, Nike SB and Talent Attraction.
2012 - 2014: Deciding that numbers are more responsible than pictures and words, I took a job in mortgage.
2012 - 2016: To maintain sanity among the numbers, I worked with Portland-based Sahlia Jewelry on creative projects, eventually becoming the company’s in-house art director, copywriter and digital designer.
2009 - Present: Deciding I wanted to spend my days on set, I worked as a freelance stylist, creating wardrobe, prop and beauty looks for clients including Nike, Sock it to Me and Shwood Sunglasses, still styling shoots when I can.
2008: I received a BA in Magazine Journalism from the University of Oregon.
2007: Taking nobody’s advice, I moved to Paris to study French. The city gave me a lot of art and a little language.
2006: As an editorial intern at Portland Monthly Magazine, I wrote and contributed to music and art stories. I shadowed the style editor on a shoot, falling obsessively in love with the process of creating images.
2005-2008: In college, I worked for the university paper The Daily Emerald, covering art, music and style. A piece about Lil Wayne canceling his on-campus show amassed a record number of website hits.