I’m an accomplished journalist whose work has appeared in the Star Tribune, Pioneer Press and even nytimes.com, among other publications. I’ve been a reporter and editor based in Minnesota since I graduated from the University of Minnesota in 2006. My experience is wide-ranging: I’ve worked at daily and weekly newspapers, as well as daily hyper-local news websites and even a few magazines. I have received recognition and honors from SPJ, the Minnesota Newspaper Association and the Gannett Awards of Excellence, among others. (To read my official resume, with more detailed position descriptions, meet me on LinkedIn.)

Below is a sampling of my journalism and multimedia work. Questions or comments? Feel free to contact me.


City of Burnsville works to ease resident concerns about Kraemer Mining

Savage families escape Friday morning house fire

Students confront racial inequity in District 191

Cultural liaison mends ties between Native American community, District 191


April 2014 issue of Savvy Magazine

How I Work

Human Resources, Without the Department

Going Solo (case study)


Local family celebrates milestones after I-35W bridge collapse

Holistic health therapies increase in Savage

Austrian entrepreneurs hope for success in Minnesota

New leadership arrives at Creative Memories


Award-winning art instructor shares her passion for teaching

Business owner shares what she loves about her Spanish immersion school

Harriet Bishop Elementary hosts Grandparent’s Day

Spelling champion talks about her most nerve-wracking moment on stage


Gambling on Growth series, conducted with my colleague Kirsti Marohn. The series won a Frank Premack Public Affairs Journalism Award from the University of Minnesota and a Sigma Delta Chi Award from the National Society of Professional Journalists.

*Day 1: Page 1, 2 and 3

*Day 2: Page one, two, three and four

*Day 3: First and second pages

Gas prices at the pump aren’t always accurate

Troubled business fails to deliver to many customers

Lack of dog groomer regulations leave consumers on their own