My work appears in the New York Times, the Huffington Post, Southern Living, NASCAR Illustrated, the Charlotte Observer, Charlotte magazine, The Jewish Daily Forward, Planetware, Minnesota Magazine, and many others.

I am a contributing writer for the Ballantyne Magazine, Connect Magazines, DC Refined, and the University of North Carolina’s PlanCharlotte.org blog.

My commentary is showcased at Thought Catalog, Medium, and Like the Dew, Journal of Southern Culture and Politics.

I’ve developed custom content for a variety of corporate and nonprofit organizations such as HSBC Financial, The UPS Stores, ADT Security, and Charlotte’s Arts & Science Council.

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DC REFINED - Knead great bread? Make it yourself.

Melinda Friend in Leesburg, Va. will be more than happy to show you how. Here in my piece at DC Refined. ViewLink
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CONNECT FAITH - Unitarian Universalist Association Embraces Columbus

  How UUA discovered Columbus as a great destination for their General Assembly, here in my piece at Connect Faith. ViewLink
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CHANGE MAGAZINE - Cloud Security: Silver Linings or Stormy Weather?

Evolution of cloud technology demands thoughtful study and careful planning from organizations as they manage their data from afar.  Cambridge Analytica. The name of the once obscure British consulting firm is forever linked to a massive…
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DC REFINED - Dads and Grads Gift Guide 2018

Who doesn’t love Father’s Day? Pop open some brews, turn Padre loose out on the grill with the burgers, take in the Nats game and he'll be in heaven. But if you want to really make the old man's day, get him something cool from our gift…
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SOUTHPARK MAGAZINE - The Face of Courage

  Brave Step founder Crystal Emerick wants momentum from #MeToo movement to generate greater focus on healing for sexual abuse victims.  Crystal Emerick knows hope, recovery, and healing are possible for adults who have been…
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CHARLOTTE MAGAZINE - The Accidental Filmmaker

  THOMAS MORGAN'S JOURNEY from real estate and green energy guy to indie filmmaker is itself a film-worthy story. The Charlotte producer’s latest project, Soufra, screened in May as an official selection for Positive Cinema…
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DUKE ILLUMINATIONS - Support for Artists Builds Community

  Abstract landscape painter Jessica Singerman doesn’t live in a major art market like New York or London, so taking advantage of the digital universe helps bring her work to a wide audience. She is developing her website…
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CONNECT ASSOCIATION - Tampa is Just What the Doctor Ordered

  Southwest Florida’s gleaming Tampa is topping planners’ lists as a destination with the right prescription for successful medical group and association meetings. The bayside city offers a concentration of resources across…

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