I’m a freelance journalist and editor based in Boulder, Colorado. I’m also an editor-at-large for BICYCLING and Runner’s World.
In a past life, I worked in finance. By 26, I was one of my firm’s youngest vice presidents. But that path never quite felt right for me. So after about five years, I quit my job to snowboard in New Zealand and Colorado. It was an experiment: What would it be like to do something I loved every day? I’ve been chasing passion ever since.
I eventually ended up in a marketing job overseeing the digital content strategy at TrainingPeaks, a popular online training log for endurance athletes. But I always wanted to be a journalist, so in 2013, I started freelancing full-time. While I was spending a summer mountain biking and writing in Chamonix, France, I landed a position at BICYCLING in Emmaus, Pennsylvania, as the gear editor. There, I oversaw the production of three annual Buyer’s Guides. Later, I became the features editor for both BICYCLING and Runners World. I’m proud to be part of the hardworking team that helped BICYCLING earn two 2017 National Magazine Award nominations.
Now, I’m freelancing full-time. My work has also appeared on Outside, Women’s Health, The Red Bulletin, Condé Nast Traveler, Lonely Planet, Rodale’s Organic Life, BIKE, BikeRadar, Slowtwitch, and other publications. I write about a wide range of topics, from grief and love, to the psychology behind why we love getting big air, to the intersection of #MeToo and cycling, to the celebration of the wonderful outliers in our communities.