- Bachelor’s degree in English. Currently completing a Master’s degree in Social and Political Thought.
- Five years of professional writing and interviewing experience.
- As Carillon features editor, engaged in over 100 interviews with academics, activists, business owners, politicians, scientists, and social workers.
- Past work in technical, promotional, and web writing.
- Experience in writing on a broad variety of subjects, including climate science, human interest stories, popular culture, political and social issues, and general news.
- Strong research skills and careful attention to factual detail.
- Sharp eye for detail, structure, and presentation.
- Proficient in Microsoft Office, Adobe Acrobat, Dreamweaver, and WordPress. Competent in Adobe Photoshop. Windows and Mac OS X.
- Familiar with AP and Chicago style guides.
- Accustomed to overseeing the completion of complex writing projects. Able to coordinate with other writers, editors, and photographers.
- Breaking free: Regina program gives gang members a way out
- First Nations University: the winter of discontent
- Graffiti: supporting art, fighting vandalism
- Plagiarism: accelerating arms race of academic misconduct
- Radioactive Saskatchewan: nuclear power debate
- Regina’s downtown rebirth: new plan supports walking, biking, living downtown
- Saskatchewan budget breakdown: balanced, forward-looking, responsible?
- The coming storm: preparing Saskatchewan for climate change
- Vancouver 2010: attack of the five-ring circus
- World foods in the Queen City: Regina’s ethnic grocery stores
- Marx and Hegel: the premise not taken
- Platonic and Hobbesian epistemologies and their political implications
Arts & Entertainment
- Book review: Eoin Colfer’s And Another Thing
- Film review: Clash of the Titans
- Grave-robbing cinema: horror remakes rarely stack up
- Internet review: Adam Bertocci’s Two Gentlemen of Lebowski
- Lost World, new meanings: adventure story also a parable of imperialism
- Skapunksurfabilly: Regina trio throws caution to the wind with unusual instrument
- I’m dead… now what? Organ donation and other afterlives
- It’s the drug economy, stupid: on marijuana legalization and regulation
- Napster apocalypse: the rise of BitTorrent and the end of old media
- Dig a hole, save the planet: summing up carbon capture and storage
- Hotels offer cash for stadiums: $10 million for proposed dome facility would be a start
- Iran’s dirty little secret: hidden nuclear site spurs fears
- Littlemore on climate deniers
- Obesity: fitness or failure
- Paper money obsolete by 2011
- “Redskins” offensive? Court refuses to hear case over team name
- Retractable-dome stadium carries $431 million price tag
- Saving Canada’s wasted votes: proportional representation
- “TV tax” rumble continues: CRTC battle spills onto the airwaves
- Urban survival map: guide released for Regina’s homeless