My projects

Whether I'm managing a publication, copywriting, or technical writing, your project is my project. Check out some of the amazing people and companies I've had an opportunity to work with along the way.

Cultivar Issue #1

Cultivar Issue #1

Cultivar Magazine by Ferris Coffee & Nut Co.

Cultivar officially launched in the summer of 2017 as a biannual company magazine designed to celebrate the innovative work of plant-grown foods company Ferris Coffee & Nut. Ferris hired me as their ongoing Managing Editor for this publication.

“The 10 Most Interesting Home in Grand Rapids”

In a city of designers, furniture manufacturers, and architects, the homes reflect the creative and ambitious minds that live within. For almost two-hundred years, Grand Rapids creators have built and maintained unique properties; whether home to influential people or a marvel of design themselves, these are 10 of the most interesting homes in Grand Rapids.

Photo by Adam Bird of Bird + Bird Studio.

Rapid Growth Media

As the Managing Editor for Rapid Growth Media, an Issue Media Group publication, I drive the editorial vision and mission and coordinate all content, including managing project editors for special sections or series, manage freelance writers and photographers, contribute feature articles, edit all content, and manage social media for the publication. I also get to write really cool stories about amazing people.

Grand Rapids Christian Schools Annual Report

Grand Rapids Christian schools hired me in the summer of 2017 to transform the Annual Report, formerly a largely data-driven publication, into an engaging, content-forward magazine that represented their culture and mission as a school. I manage this entire project from start to finish, as well as write and edit content.

Graphic by Brian Hedrick, DGRI Downtown Census Project

Graphic by Brian Hedrick, DGRI Downtown Census Project

DGRI & Metrica downtown census

In the summer of 2016, I was hired by Métrica, Inc., to translate and editorialize years of data on the downtown population of Grand Rapids. What resulted was an efficient, informative document that told the story of GR's changing downtown residents.