Published pieces range from my freelance and internship work with Izilwane or DuPont to pieces with the UNC Mirror. I have samples of book reviews, opinion pieces, entertainment, and blog writing.

DuPont Registry enlisted my writing services to include pieces of beautiful multi-million dollar estates for sale. I included two DuPont Registry pieces that were my favorite.

DuPont Registry Pieces

An internship with a biodiversity conservation organization, named Izilwane at the time, provided great experience writing various pieces about our environment and conservation. I included here on my site are a book review, video review, a piece connecting our youth to the environment and a blurb about an eco-geared company.

Kaia Magazine helped me produce a piece about unplugging from the electronic world.

Kaia Magazine Article: Unplugged

If you do not know who EO Wilson is, please Google him and get educated! He is a very famous biologist and incredible person. It was such a pleasure to have him on my college campus and meet him. What an honor. He came to speak on campus and of course I wanted to give a quick insight of his speech.

Speaking on Behalf of Species

US Building Digest hired me as a green building blogger and my posts reached thousands of readers! Unfortunately, it is no longer online—but my organic post views can still be seen on the screenshots!

US Building Digest Blog Posts

Real Deals Magazine provided me the outlet to craft DIY pieces, interview my favorite chef, and other fun articles I had not yet had the chance to create.

Local Color Magazine in Brighton, Colorado granted me the fun experience to write about while I worked nearby at the local hospital.

UNC Mirror is the newspaper where I gained my copy-editing experience, but I did write my piece on EO Wilson and also an opinion piece about a pipeline.

Trans-continental pipeline an addiction for oil-hungry companies

Class writings were another way I showcased my different writing styles and the time when one of my favorite poems came to life.


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