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As a freelance writer, I’ve interviewed filmmakers at the Four Seasons, watched performance artists writhe on gallery floors and attended conferences on government social media strategy. Curiosity is the key to writing. It’s an opportunity to learn something new and share it with an audience, whether that’s marketing executives or millennials looking for weekend plans.

My writing has appeared in The Washington Post, On Tap, Nature Conservancy Magazine, The Hill Rag, DC Focused, the Federal Communicators Network, GovLoop and other publications.

The Washington Post

On Tap Magazine

Federal Communicators Network

GovLoop

DC Focused

HAI Tech Talk

National Museum of Women in the Arts

DC Shorts Film Festival

Black Heart Magazine

The Hill Rag

e.politics

Digital Book Today

  • How to be Productive? Get Thee to a Coffee Shop
  • Reading Novels is Good for You

The Pink Line Project

  • Save the Date Highlights Wedding Absurdity
  • Have Fun with iPhone Photo Apps
  • West Wing Writer Opens ScriptDC
  • Local Films Shine in DC Shorts
  • DC Shorts: What’s New for 2011
  • Fringe Festival Survival Guide
  • Vitaminwater Uncapped Live: Tips from Local Photographers
  • Book Talk: Prohibition in Washington, DC
  • It’s Not Instagram: The Polaroid Retrospective II
  • Silent Code Features Debuts Slate of Short Films
  • DCist Exposed Photography Show FAQ
  • How to Get Your Movie in Local Film Festivals
  • Sneak Peek: Man with a Bolex Movie Camera
  • iPhoneography: We’re Just Getting Started
  • Great Gifts for Local Photographers
  • Gift Ideas for Future Filmmakers
  • Fall Fringe: What to See
  • So, Who’s an Artist, Anyway?
  • The Best of DC Shorts
  • How to Rock DC Shorts
  • DC Shorts – Tickets Now On Sale
  • Pick of the Fringe
  • Does Art Matter? A Capital Fringe Discussion
  • Kerry Skarbakka, The Struggle to Right Oneself: A Survey
  • Interview with Julianne Brienza, Executive Director of the Capital Fringe Festival
  • Interview with Jon Gann, Founder of the DC Shorts Film Festival

nthWORD Shorts

  • The Washington Literary Inferiority Complex

FlackRabbit

  • How Do You Measure PR?
  • Adventures in Book Marketing
  • Do You Have a Minute for…
  • When Looking for a Job, It’s Not About You
  • Make Your WordPress Blog Look Good on the iPhone
  • Reel Lessons in Marketing

CultureFlux

  • Big Screen Dreams
  • Making Movies and Doing Good

onPhilanthropy

  • Seven Easy Steps to Content Development
  • Why Have Design Guidelines for Your Nonprofit Site?

InternetDay

  • Go Hollywood! What’s the Logline for Your Web Site?

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