I am a professional writer, researcher, and communicator dedicated to making complex ideas accessible to large audiences. Whether developing story ideas about municipal programs and the people they impact, drafting web content, helping craft voter messaging for political candidates, or writing academic studies, I’m keen to help communicate information effectively, in a consistent manner, and with style. I am eager for new challenges where I may put my diverse skill set and exceptional writing ability to use.
Formerly a pre-doctoral teaching associate in the English Department at the University of Washington, I’m currently transitioning out of higher education. For those who are interested, my research work focused on the use and reception of Gildas' De excidio et conquestu Britanniae at the seventh-century school of Theodore and Hadrian at Canterbury in Anglo-Saxon England. My dissertation — which is in progress — is a scribal edition of the thirteenth-century manuscript witness to the text held at Cambridge University Library.