Wrote about artist and author Carrie Schmitt: her new book, her spiritual approach to painting, and why she self-identifies as a "color activist."
I get to talk to a lot of interesting people thanks to freelancing but she is definitely one of the most fascinating.
Part review, part interview about Hsiao-Ching Chou's new vegetarian cookbook.
Something I wrote up in a few hours about my tangled jewelry for a friend's website. This piece is not polished but that is the point of the site; to put up our work that is raw and has not been revised and edited and second-guessed to death.
My pseudonym on the site is Vetro. Those are not my hands (obviously), but the other image containing the necklaces is actually mine. Those are some of the ones I successfully set free.
My first reported piece. I was approached by YES! Magazine to write this story, exploring the ways that people, with an added focus on people of color, may be affected by COVID-19 in the context of pregnancy and childbirth.
Copywriting for Seattle Bride magazine's annual "Real Weddings" profiles
Short writeup about the owner of Baked From the Hart, a Columbia City/Mount Baker-area pie place. Baked From the Hart is approaching its 50th anniversary in Seattle!