Writing has been my passion for as long as I can remember.
I never realized I was any good at it until I started writing for my college newspaper at Sonoma State University.
I began my journalism career as a staff writer for the Sonoma State Star and eventually became news editor of the paper. Those years as a college journalist inspired to me to pursue journalism as a full-time career.
I graduated from Sonoma State University with a degree in communication and media studies and political science. I began my post-college career at the Vacaville Reporter, a daily newspaper in Northern California. I covered the county court system and spent most of my time inside the courtroom, learning the ins and outs of the legal system and reporting on it.
I’ll always have a place in my heart for newspapers. Something about the roughness of the paper and the ink left on my hands after a morning read will always bring me joy.
After about a year with the Reporter, I left print journalism and joined the assignment desk at FOX40 News in Sacramento, Calif. Television news offers more immediacy and urgency than print — and that’s what I’m enjoying most so far as an assignment editor.
I created this website while I was in college to showcase my written work from both my professional and college journalism career. I have a passion for writing and despite my transition into television news, I want to continue writing.
Thank you for visiting my website and feel free to reach out via Twitter or email with any questions or comments.