I am the Microsoft reporter and a Web producer for, the nation’s first major daily newspaper – the Seattle Post-Intelligencer – to shutter its print operations and go online only. We have a news staff of 20 dedicated journalists covering one of America’s largest cities. In addition to writing, I am proficient in video production, audio editing and photography.

Before the P-I, I was a sports multimedia producer for The Spokesman-Review covering sports – high school, college and professional – in and around the Spokane and Pullman, Wash., areas. In addition to video production, I did a lot of print reporting, including coverage of Spokane Indians baseball, Washington State football and the Sweet 16-bound WSU men’s basketball team of 2007-08.

I previously worked at the Spokesman as print reporter and video producer on the night cops beat. For a time, while covering the WSU Cougars, I worked out of a home office in Pullman.

I graduated magna cum laude from Washington State University with a journalism degree from the Edward R. Murrow College of Communication. At the student newspaper, The Daily Evergreen, I held numerous positions and worked my way up to editor-in-chief. For a summer, I interned as a full-time business writer for the Seattle Post-Intelligencer, back when it had a print circulation of 140,000. I have freelanced for numerous other Pacific Northwest newspapers, shot video for Cookus Interruptus, and produced and consulted for Solar Pie in Seattle.

Video and writing samples can be found on this Web site. More information about me is, of course, available by request.



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