I've been writing for more than 20 years. I hold a bachelor's of arts in English and a bachelor's of science in Journalism, both from CU Boulder.
I started my writing career as a journalist, and found that the stressful and fast-paced environment wasn't a good match for me.
I shifted into freelancing and have written for various newspapers, magazines, journals, and web sites. I also wrote a chapter in the psychology anthology Rebearths: Conversations with a World Ensouled. Currently, I write for Endometriosis.net and DreamTime magazine.
I'm also working on a memoir about divorce, chronic illness, and coming out as queer and nonbinary. I am currently seeking representation.
Additionally, I write children's picture books from the identities of activist, naturalist, educator, and dreamer, and therefore my books feature stories about the natural world, the LGBTQIA+ community, imagination, dreams, and empowerment. I am actively querying several manuscripts with agents and editors. I participate in the 12x12 writing challenge, and I belong to the Queer Kidlit community and a couple of critique groups. I've attended the Highlights Summer Camp, the Picture Book Summit, Revision Season, and Children's Book Academy.