I've been a journalist for the past 20 years, and I still love it-- the learning, the storytelling, the writing-- all of it.
Since 2004, I've worked as a freelancer, writing about consumer trends, health, personal technology, social trends, startups, tech, green business, innovation and strategy for such national publications as:
- The New York Times
- Fortune Magazine
- Inc Magazine
- Fast Company
- Business 2.0
- Fortune Small Business
-The Wall Street Journal
-MSN.com and Switchyard Media
In 2015, I expanded beyond business journalism and let my imagination run wild. The result is a three-book paranormal series titled Trinity Forest, the first of which is called Ember Burning and was published in May of 2017.
See more at TrinityForestSeries.com
Click here to buy the book series on Amazon.com.
University of Colorado at Boulder - B.S., Journalism, 1994
Denver Post - business and tech reporter
Crain's Cleveland Business - tech and telecom reporter
I live near Vail, Colo., and when I'm not writing, I try to get in a bit of skiing, hiking or mountain biking-- or I just hang with my family or open a good book.
I'm always on the hunt for a good story. I cast a wide net: I'm drawn to consumer stories and tales of cool innovation and startups-- the more surprising the better.
I also want to know about new trends, new technology, smart ways of doing business and stories of entrepreneurs and CEOs and the challenges they face along the way.