Born and raised in Vancouver, Canada, I decided that I wanted to work in sports media (an opportunity to combine my passions for sports and writing) when I was 14 years old.

After actively pursuing writing and publication opportunities throughout high school, I continued my education at Simon Fraser University, where I obtained a Bachelor of Arts with a Major in Communication and a Biomedical Physiology and Kinesiology Certificate in Health and Fitness Studies.

Over the last few years, I have worked in communications with organizations such as the IPC, Curl BC, TRIUMF and VACFSS. One of my favourite moments from my career so far has been helping cover the PyeongChang 2018 Olympics and Paralympics.

One facet of sports that I care about deeply is female sports, in particular female ice hockey. I write regularly for Women’s Hockey Life, helping to tell the stories of teams and players from around the world. I also previously helped cover the Vancouver Canucks for Inside Hockey.

I am a self-defined rink rat, and can often be found at a rink in the Lower Mainland either volunteering as an assistant coach with one of VFIHA’s Midget C teams or playing with my own rec team. In addition, I sit on the VFIHA board as their Communications Coordinator.

I love storytelling, good typography, brainstorming, traveling, asking questions, researching, hiking, 90s television, simple and clean graphic design, reading memoirs, 80s movies, and working with athletes, among many other things. Interested in working with me on your next project? Click the button below to get in touch.




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