I’m an award-winning, independent journalist telling stories about the LGBTQ+ community.
As a queer person myself, my journalism centers marginalized communities and recognizes the intersections of the many other identities we hold.
My journalism on the topic has been published in The Washington Post, HuffPost, Insider, YES! Magazine, DigBoston, Xtra and beyond. You can read some examples of my work below.
The Washington Post / Amid the hundreds of tents erected for the Boy Scouts of America’s National Jamboree, one especially stands out — decorated with a canopy of LGBTQ Pride flags and a string of multicolored lights.
As a freelancer, writing about the LGBTQ+ community is a core part of my business.
I’m particularly interested in stories about activists fighting for justice, the unique experiences of marginalized groups, and the movements for a more equitable society.
You can hire to me write nuanced news stories about LGBTQ+ politics; or compelling features that dig into complicated topics; or reader-friendly service pieces about navigating life as an LGBTQ+ person.
I have a background in editing, too, so you’ll always receive clean copy, with suggested headlines and sub-headlines, links to source material, and suggestions for photos or graphics.
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You can reach me at firstname.lastname@example.org, or fill out the form below.