As one of two editorial interns, I play a heavy role in fact-checking and filling in missing details for stories. I also pitch stories for online and print and report for editors when needed (and when I implore).
Read my published articles below.
A Dam Impressive Feat
After massive rains tore a hole into the spillway of the Oroville Dam, construction crews worked around the clock to repair the damage before rainy season. Read about their herculean efforts to finish before the November 1st deadline.
I did all writing and reporting through sources in California's Department of Water Resources, Kiewit Construction and water policy experts from UC Davis and the Public Policy Institute of California.
After the Tubbs Fire Ravaged his Studio, Artist Daniel Merriam Kept Working
I interviewed Daniel Merriam and wrote the story in full.
The home-studio of surrealist artist Daniel Merriam was one of many homes lost in the senseless Tubbs fire. Read how he used his art to move past the tragedy and exhibit new and old works at Sausalito's Bubble Street Gallery.
Art, Not Magic, Brings SFMOMA Snowman To Life
I went to a SFMoMA press briefing of "Snowman" and wrote the story within two hour after.
At SFMOMA, making a snowman is as simple as plugging one in—if you’re Peter Fischli and David Weiss that is.
Just in Time for Halloween, the Bay Area Cemeteries to See Before You Die
Author of 199 Cemeteries to See Before You Die, Loren Rhoades, gives her favorite cemeteries in the Bay Area.
Written and reported by myself. I interviewed author Loren Rhoades and researched her book for this article. I also contacted various cemeteries for more background information.