writing & Content Creation
Below you'll find a sample of writing that covers a breadth of publications and purposes - from interviews for magazines to online travel publications to business content. If you'd like more detailed or further examples, please feel free to reach out to me directly.
Role: Writer || Tags: Editorial; Content Creation
Music, Art, and the Appeal of Gig Posters
When’s the last time you thought about a poster?
When researching artists for gig posters, the best of lists that circulate on the internet or Pinterest had one thing in common: they were made up mostly, if not completely, by men.
To combat that, femchord is presenting three artists who you might not find in lists of gig poster artists. The women we’ve highlighted below are at different stages in their careers and take different approaches—one illustrates for major bands, one collages for a zine, and one reflects her space in the club culture. They are the artists that transform sound to visuals, and entice us to the events around us.
Winter Sounds: An Interview with Camwill
It's starting to snow, gently, but the wind still rips down the Old North End street I'm standing on. Winter is finally settling into Vermont, but the subfreezing temperatures allow for the perfect setting to talk with the members of Cam Will about their first full length release.
Cameron Boyd, the head of Cam Will, opens the door to a typical ONE house and ushers me in off the porch. He's sporting the Burlington male go-to: a beard and a beanie.
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5 tips & Tricks for travelling abroad on your period
Everyone knows the signs: you have cramps, you feel bloated, you may cry unprovoked. And then there’s the inevitable sign in bright red: you’ve gotten your period.
When traveling, your period isn’t part of that dream trip.
14 signs you were born and raised in vermont
Mud season is its own season. They left this out of the 2nd-grade textbooks, but boy do you know it’s true.
How to choose the right snowboard for you
Whether you are just starting out or have been riding for years, your skill level will influence the ideal length, shape, and material makeup of your new board.
SAFE & FUN
You are just starting out, or board a few times a year. You’re still gaining experience with different snow conditions. You enjoy the easier runs and fun is your primary concern.
SOLID & IN CONTROL
You can handle most of the mountain. You snowboard several times a year and are most comfortable with ideal snow conditions.
FAST & CONFIDENT
You snowboard everywhere on the mountain with confidence. You ride faster than most. Performance is your primary concern.