I’ve worked as a freelance journalist and in non-profit organizations in Toronto, Ontario, Canada for more than a decade.

Since graduating from Ryerson University with a Bachelor of Journalism in 2011, I’ve contributed articles for Canadian publications such as the The Walrus, Maisonneuve, Cottage Life, and Abilities.

I’ve written long-form features about human rights, mental health and accessibility and short pieces on pop culture, travel and leisure. I enjoy exploring stories and experiences that have a profound impact on people’s lives.

Using my research, writing, and interviewing skills I’ve helped individuals and organizations share inspirational stories and experiences. Over the years I’ve had the opportunity to meet amazing people across the globe who strive for more inclusion, diversity and recognition in their communities such as women and Indigenous Peoples working in the skilled trades and people with disabilities fighting for more accessible public spaces.

I’ve also helped launch national marketing campaigns, and won national and international awards for corporate communications projects and contributions to journalism.

Some of my published work is found here.