Portfolio

Over the past few years of journalism school, I’ve interned at Game Informer, written freelance features for ESPN Esports, done work for publications associated with the MU journalism school and created additional written work for various classes. Below, you’ll find links to some of my favorite pieces.

Published Work – Written

Columbia Missourian – Features

“Missouri’s bingo games are struggling. Amendment 4 could bring them relief.”

“How cities around the country are coping with the scooter onslaught”

“Union members hope right-to-work defeat helps reverse decades of decline”

Columbia Missourian – News

“November ballot issues bring in millions from supporters”

“MU student organizations hold voter registration drive ahead of Wednesday deadline”

Vox Magazine – Features

“Missouri farmer is up to her elbows in cattle — literally”

“Why voting matters to Columbians”

“Take your beer to go from CoMO Growlers & Pints”

“Pets and humans gather for 5th Annual Columbia Pet Expo”

Game Informer – Features & Previews

“Eight Reasons To Be Excited For World Of Warcraft: Battle For Azeroth”

“How Hackers Are Preserving Gaming History”

“The Real-World Myths Behind Destiny 2’s Exotics”

“The E3 Games You Can Play Right Now”

“A Brief History Of Unused Pokémon Designs”

Game Informer – News

“We Happy Few Trailer Shows Off Playable Characters, Crafting, And Stealth”

“Fortnite Season 5 Is Here, And It Brought Golf Carts”

“Showtime Announces Halo TV Series Details”

ESPN Esports – Features

“Cougars, Saints leaders gear up for final showdown”

“No hand, no problem: Cougars top laner MistyStumpey thrives despite disability”

“Stephens College esports focuses on future, not results”

Published Work – Video

Columbia Missourian

“Political Pop in with Josh Devine”

Vox Magazine

“Lost in the Corn Maze”

“Columbia bird-watchers offer an inside look at the activity”

“Barbecue at Roots N Blues 2017”

“Fretboard Coffee hits the road with new truck”

Additional Work

Convergence Reporting

“Missouri Private Dam Owners Left Stranded Without Government Aid”

“Missouri 911 Centers Struggle to Afford Modern Technology”

“Mid-Missouri Small-Town Fire Stations Struggle with Funding, Volunteer Numbers”