Freelance writer in Austin, TX.

Freelance writer on the lookout for compelling stories. Other regular gigs include well-researched blogs and website content.

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Austin Monthly

Treehouse of Style

Two Austin architects set their sites on the playground. Their treehouse carves out distinct spaces for a brother and sister.

westaustinnews.com

Texas Women for the Arts

Texas women show their support for arts education in a special branch of the Texas Cultural Trust.

westaustinnews.com

Southwest Storytelling with Philipp Meyers

Pulitzer-prize nominated author Philipp Meyer hosted a Q&A about his book the Son, and his AMC series by the same name.

Austin Monthly

Neighborhood: Govalle

Article about Austin's Govalle neighborhood. Now a destination for galleries and cute cafes, this neighborhood started out as a Swedish cattle ranch.

westaustinnews.com

Eyes on Texas Fundraiser

University of Texas mascots posed for pictures on a sprawling West Austin Lawn for an event that included a visit from UT sports royalty Edith Royal.

Austin Monthly

Form Follows Family

Read about a Tarrytown home's redesign, which allows a family of four to maximize family time.

westaustinnews.com

A Lovely Evening at Lenoir

West Austin society gathered for French fare and wine pairings, with proceeds going toward the Neal Kocurek Scholarship.

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Ransom Center 60th Anniversary

Kate O'Toole, Matthew Weiner, and Sally Quinn spoke about why they chose to donate their collections to the Ransom Center at the 60th anniversary gala.

westaustinnews.com

Bryker Neighborhood Picnic and Day School Anniversary

The front page of the West Austin News features my stories about the illustrious Bryker Neighborhood and the 40th Anniversary of a beloved Presbyterian day care.

westaustinnews.com

Admiral's Club Welcomes New Members

The annual Spring Party introduces new members to the rest of the Admiral's Club.

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Talk with Coach Shaka Smart

University of Texas men's basketball coach Shaka Smart gave a talk at a fancy dinner to raise money for the Neak Kocurek Scholarship.